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Re: [linux-lvm] loop devices



I made a quick and dirty hack and changed "/proc/partitions" to 
"/etc/partitions" in tools/lib/lvm_dir_cache.c. Then I copied 
/proc/partitions to /etc and added a few lines for loop[0,1] to that file. 
That does the trick for me. I could get my job done (they were meant to be 
temporary anyway). So it seems, like I suggested earlier, that the 
lvm_dir_cache function just ignores loop devices.

As I see, In lvm_dir_cache.c, only partitions get checked. And only if that 
fails to add entries to the dir_cache list then will other devices be 
checked. There is a reason for that isn't there??

Oh yes, I use LVM tools from the package 1.0.1 + nonpatched 2.4.16 kernel.


-Mika


On Wed, 12 Dec 2001 13:58:56 -0600,Tom Brown wrote:
>
> I too tried to make a pv on a loop device when I first downloaded lvm
> and ran into a stone wall. Stepping through the code that Mika pasted
> the debugging output from suggested it was not supported but I didn't
> know how to fix it.
>

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