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Re: [linux-lvm] vgscan && vgchange -ay at startup



On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 01:00:33PM +0200, Ulrich Wiederhold wrote:
> Hello,
> if I reboot, the file /etc/rcS.d/S25lvm failed to find and activate my
> vg.
> I suppose that´s because the shutdown of the vg fails. (Not umounted all
> before?)

Hmm...the shutdown shouldn't matter.  I rarely run vgchange -an on my
systems (I have LVM as root, so there really is no way to do it...)

> Anybody else had this problems with debian unstable?

There's a good chance that your startup script is running either before root
is mounted read/write (in which case the LVM tools can't write to /etc) or
before /proc is mounted (which is less likely because this usually just
makes vgscan really slow, not fail).  Check your init scripts and verify
that root is writable before the S25lvm script runs.

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