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Re: [linux-lvm] Problems with 1.0

On Thu, Aug 16, 2001 at 10:55:35PM -0600, Tren Blackburn wrote:
> Hi List;
> I had installed the 1.0 driver into my 2.4.8 kernel, and rebooted.
> Everything came up fine, so I installed the user tools and forgot about
> them...until I had to reboot this evening...Now the LVM tools are
> dynamically linked (Looking for libgcc_s.so.1)?  Or so it seems.  I am no
> a C programmer and don't fully understand how linking works, but it seems
> to me that the beta 8 tools were statically linked as they didn't need any
> external libraries, but the 1.0 user tools are dynamically linked.
> Now this probably doesn't seem like a problem, but when your libraries are
> mounted on a LVM volume and you have no tools to activate your volume
> with...well...you can probably guess  =)  Luckilly I had an identically
> configured machine that I hadn't upgraded to 1.0 yet (same gcc 3.0
> compiler, etc) so I just copied the tools across to the other machine
> (beta 8 tools) and all is fine again.
> If I am completely off base as to what is happening here, please correct
> me, and please also let me know how to solve this problem.

that shouldn't be a problem because the default installation directory for
shared libraries is /lib which belongs to the root directory. LVM tools just
access any shread libraries from there unless you use the --libdir configure
option to chosse a different one.

If you are not able to mount the root filesystem (no matter on which block 
device including a logical volume it sits) you are in trouble anyway ;-)

> As always I appreciate all help this list gives.
> Regards,
> Tren.


Heinz    -- The LVM Guy --

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    Nevertheless it needs not so stupid people to solve them ***


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