How to use lv_create method in avocado

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1import subprocess as sp2while True:3 4 print("""51. To create Physical Volume62. To display Physical Volume73. To create Volume Group84. To display volume group95. To create logical volume 106. To display logical volume117. To extend the logical volume128. To reduce the logical volume139. Exit14 """)15 print("\n")16 # Take Input that what operation user would like to perform17 ch=int(input("Enter your choice => "))18 if ch == 1:19 print("Create Physical Volume")20 # Take list of Volume21 drive_name= input("Enter your drive name ")22 pv_create=sp.getoutput("pvcreate {}".format(drive_name))23 print(pv_create)24 # Create Volume Group25 26 elif ch == 2:27 print("Create display Physical Volume")28 drive_name= input("Enter your drive name ")29 lv_disp=sp.getoutput("pvdisplay {}".format(drive_name))30 print(lv_disp)31 32 elif ch == 3:33 print("Create volume Group")34 pv_name= input("Enter your PV name: ")35 vg_name= input("Enter VG name you want create: ")36 vg_create= sp.getoutput("vgcreate {} {}".format(pv_name,vg_name))37 38 elif ch == 4:39 print("Display volume Group")40 vg_name= input("Enter VG name: ")41 vg_disp=sp.getoutput("vgdisplay {}".format(vg_name))42 print(vg_disp)43 44 elif ch == 5:45 print("Create Logical Volume")46 size= int(input("Enter the size of LV: "))47 lv_name= input("Enter the name of LV: ")48 vg_name= input("Enter the name of VG: ")49 lv_create=sp.getoutput("lvcreate --size {} --name {} {}".format(size,lv_name,vg_name))50 print(lv_create)51 52 elif ch == 6:53 print("Display Logical Volume")54 lv_name= input("Enter the name of LV: ")55 lv_disp= sp.getoutput("lvdisplay {}".format(lv_name))56 print(lv_disp)57 58 elif ch == 7:59 print("Extending Logical Volume")60 lv_name= input("Enter the name of LV: ")61 size= int(input("Enter the size you want extend: "))62 sp.getoutput("lvextend --size {} {}".format(size,lv_name))63 lv_extend= sp.getoutput("resize2fs --size {} {}".format(size,lv_name))64 print(lv_extend)65 66 elif ch == 8:67 print("Reducing Logical Volume")68 lv_name= input("Enter the name of LV: ")69 size= int(input("Enter the size you want reduce: "))70 drive_name= input("Enter drive name to unmount: ")71 sp.getoutput("umount {}".format(drive_name))72 sp.getoutput("e2fsck -f ".format(lv_name))73 sp.getoutput("mkfs.ext4 {}".format(lv_name))74 sp.getoutput("resize2fs {} --size {}".format(lv_name,size))75 lv_reduce= sp.getoutput("lvreduce --size {} {}".format(size,lv_name))76 sp.getoutput("mount lv_name drive_name".format(lv_name,drive_name))77 print(lv_reduce)78 print("LV is mounted with {}".format(drive_name))79 80 elif ch == 9:81 print("Bye Bye")82 break...

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...18 vg_create()19 elif av=="4":20 vg_create()21 elif av=="5":22 lv_create()23 elif av=="6":24 lv_create()25 26 def vg_create():27 disk_name1=input("enter Your disk name here for lvm partation")28 print(os.system("pvcreate {}".format(disk_name1)))29 30 disk_name2=input("enter Your disk name here for lvm partation")31 print(os.system("pvcreate {}".format(disk_name2)))32 a=input("1 for create 2 for display")33 if a=="1":34 vgname=input("Enter your vg name here")35 print(os.system("vgcreate {0} {1} {2} ".format(vgname , disk_name1 , disk_name2))) 36 elif a=="2":37 a=input("enter your vg name here")38 print(os.system("vgdisplay {}".format(a)))39 menu_lvm()40 41 def lv_create():42 a=input("1 for display 2 for create" )43 if a=="2":44 b=input("To create lv press1")45 size1=input("enter size of disk in gb")46 name_of_lv=input("enter the name of lv ")47 vg_name=input("enter name of your vg")48 size=("{}G".format(size1))49 print(size)50 print(os.system("lvcreate --size {} --name {} {} ".format(size,name_of_lv,vg_name)))51 elif a=="1":52 print(os.system("lvdisplay dev/{}/{}".format(vg_name,name_of_lv)))53 menu_lvm()54if a==1:55 print("manual partation")...

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