In this tip, I'll take a look at raw logical volumes (LVs) on AIX and show you how to set their permissions. But first, what is a raw LV, and why would you use it instead of a file system? The AIX 7.1 Information Center has the answer: A raw logical volume is an area of physical and logical disk space that is under the direct control of an application, such as a database or a partition, rather than under the direct control of the operating system or a file system. So why would you ...

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