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    Command:

    pvs

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           pvs  [-a|--all]  [--aligned] [-d|--debug] [-h|-?|--help] [--ignorelock-
           ingfailure] [--nameprefixes] [--noheadings] [--nosuffix]  [-o|--options
           [+]Field[,Field]]  [-O|--sort  [+|-]Key1[,[+|-]Key2[,...]]]  [-P|--par-
           tial]  [--rows]  [--segments]  [--separator  Separator]  [--unbuffered]
           [--units  hHbBsSkKmMgGtTpPeE]  [--unquoted]  [-v|--verbose] [--version]
           [PhysicalVolume [PhysicalVolume...]]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           pvs produces formatted output about physical volumes.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           See lvm for common options.  --columns.
    
           --all  Include information in the output about devices  that  have  not
                  been initialized with pvcreate.
    
           --aligned
                  Use with --separator to align the output columns.
    
           --nameprefixes
                  Add an "LVM2_" prefix plus the field name to the output.  Useful
                  with --noheadings to produce a list of  field=value  pairs  that
                  can  be  used to set environment variables (for example, in udev
                  (7) rules).
    
           --noheadings
                  Suppress the headings line that is normally the  first  line  of
                  output.  Useful if grepping the output.
    
           --nosuffix
                  Suppress the suffix on output sizes.  Use with --units (except h
                  and H) if processing the output.
    
           -o, --options
                  Comma-separated ordered list of columns.  Precede the list  with
                  '+' to append to the default selection of columns.
    
                  Use  -o  pv_all  to  select  all physical volume columns, and -o
                  pvseg_all to select all Physical Volume segment columns.
    
                  Use -o help to view the full list of columns available.
    
                  Column  names  include:  pv_fmt,  pv_uuid,  dev_size,   pv_name,
                  pv_mda_free,  pv_mda_size,  pe_start, pv_size, pv_free, pv_used,
                  pv_attr, pv_pe_count, pv_pe_alloc_count, pv_tags,  pv_mda_count,
                  pvseg_start, and pvseg_size.
    
                  With  --segments,  any "pvseg_" prefixes are optional; otherwise
                  any "pv_" prefixes are optional.  Columns mentioned in  vgs  (8)
                  can  also  be  chosen.  The  pv_attr bits are: (a)llocatable and
                  e(x)ported.
                  String to use to separate each column.  Useful if  grepping  the
                  output.
    
           --unbuffered
                  Produce  output  immediately  without  sorting  or  aligning the
                  columns properly.
    
           --units hHbBsSkKmMgGtTpPeE
                  All sizes are output in these units: (h)uman-readable,  (b)ytes,
                  (s)ectors,  (k)ilobytes,  (m)egabytes, (g)igabytes, (t)erabytes,
                  (p)etabytes, (e)xabytes.  Capitalise to use  multiples  of  1000
                  (S.I.)  instead  of  1024.   Can  also specify custom units e.g.
                  --units 3M
    
           --unquoted
                  When used with --nameprefixes, output values in the  field=value
                  pairs are not quoted.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           lvm(8), pvdisplay(8), lvs(8), vgs(8)
    
    
    

    Sistina Software UK LVM TOOLS 2.02.66(2) (2010-05-20) PVS(8)

    
    
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