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Is it safe to disable resize_inode on ext4 FS?

I have 2TB spanned LVM ext4 volume which contains large and mostly static files. With "static" I mean they usualy don't change in time. The volume is 99% full, and adding new files becomes very slow ...
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Change root file-system type (LVM)

I have an Ubuntu 13.04 server configured in this way: % df -TPh ...
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How to mount EXT4 drives from another system

I had a testbed 13.04 server which had a boot volume partitioned into three, root, swap and Workspace as well as two other drives running in raid 1. The Workspace and raid volumes were setup using LVM ...
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ext4 filesystem wrongly detected as jmicron_raid_member

I have an installation of Ubuntu 12.04 on an SSD disk that I'm unable to boot after a kernel upgrade and a reboot. Additional things that might be a possible cause is that I did some cleanup (dpkg -r) ...
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Disks constantly spinning no matter what I do (jbd2). I'm on the brink of insanity

My disks have been spinning for months. It started with Ubuntu 11.10, and continues with 12.04. I can't figure out how to stop it. I've looked at various folks suggestions online about ext4 commit ...
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SSD + TRIM + ext4 OK. What about LVM and RAID?

I've read that SSD TRIM is now supported in the recent kernels with ext4 too (see How to enable TRIM? ). Is it OK/safe to enable TRIM when having a) LVM b) RAID1+LVM? Thanks!
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view LVM paritions in windows 7

im trying to browse in windows an old harddisk that i got, but its a LVM patition. How can I see a partition that is ext3/4 or part of LVM partition in windows? Anyone can recommend on a tool?