Oct 29, 2018

LVM Administration with the LVM GUI in Fedora/CentOS

gnome-disks is the official replacement for system-config-lvm - it's what went into comps when system-config-lvm was taken out - but indeed it can't do everything s-c-lvm did, though it would be nice if it got extended.

In addition to the Command Line Interface (CLI), LVM provides a Graphical User Interface (GUI) which you can use to configure LVM logical volumes. You can bring up this utility by typing system-config-lvm.

You may need to do the following for the command to work.

You can add GNOME to a CentOS minimal installation.

You can use lvm command line, see also:

lvm command line examples