lvextend did not come installed on my CentOS image, how do I install it?
# lvextend -bash: lvextend: command not found
You can easily locate a package that contains a program yourself. Try:
yum whatprovides */lvextend
You’ll then be told which package contains the file:
lvm2-2.02.111-2.el6_6.1.x86_64 : Userland logical volume management tools Repo : updates Matched from: Filename : /sbin/lvextend
And then you can install it:
yum install lvm2
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