From what I understand LVM allows me to
resized and moved around almost at will ~ from here
Then I thought, with the usual partitions, I can also resize them? Perhaps with LVM I can have 1 Logical Volume span multiple disks?
Also the default LVM Setup in Ubuntu is abit confusing …
Whats the 255MB ext2 parition for? Shouldn't ext4 be better? Looks awefully similar to those OEM partitions on Windows …
Why is there 4MB wasted … How do I determine how much space I should allocate to swap. I read previously for Windows that if I have enough RAM, I should have low/no swap space to force OS to use faster RAM? True?
Why does Ubuntu split the same HDD into 2 different Views?
Why do I get such a different picture in GParted? No swap here? Then now, if I want to add a partition, I should shrink sda5 then add one? Since its the OS partition I cant do that when booted I guess?