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how to link a vm partition to an unraid share

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I am running latest stable.


I created a Debian virtual machine (vm) and a share (debian_hdd) to act as a partition of the debian vm (specifically for user data) . I run a similar setup in my windows vm where all the user data (video, documents, music, etc...) is stored and so I avoid a growing vdisk with that data.


I created in Debian 4 LVM volumes each containing this partitions: /root /home /tmp /var /swap.


Am I right that the one storing my user data is only /home? If yes, then how can I "move/link" my actual /home partition to a share in Unraid?


Is there a significant performance impact on doing this? I my windows vm it is not perceivable for me (only while spinning-up my drive).



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