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Old 9th September 2006, 01:50 AM
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OK, I'm finaly ready to upgrade to FC5!

I am currently running FC4 installed on SATA HD's. I have three SATA HD's, a 160GB, and two 400GB setup as a single Volume Group. There are two Logical Volumes "/" and "/video". I want to make sure that the data in these volumes remains accessible after I upgrade to FC5.

What I planned to do is install a new 80GB IDE HD and do a fresh install of FC5 to this drive. The other drives will still be in the system as I do this.

My question is, will FC5 automagically recognize the existing Volume Group and its associated Logical Volumes and will I be able to access all the data that lives there?

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