csilvm - A LVM2 CSI plugin

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This is a container storage interface (CSI) plugin for LVM2. It exposes a CSI-compliant API to a LVM2 volume group (VG). The names of the volume group (VG) and the physical volumes (PVs) it consists of are passed to the plugin at launch time as command-line parameters. CSI volumes map to LVM2 logical volumes (LVs). You need a properly configured Go installation. See the Dockerfile for the version of Go used in CI. Newer versions of Go should work.

https://github.com/mesosphere/csilvm

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