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Re: [linux-lvm] vgscan won't recognize my VG



* David Vidal Rodriguez (vidalrod informatik tu-muenchen de) wrote:
> Andreas Dilger wrote:
> 
> >
> >
> > ????  If you are not root, then how do you expect to install a new kernel
> > or run the LVM user tools????
> >
> 

Hi,

	Having had the same problem, I did upgrade my kernel and can
	now access my LVM, but vgscan still doesnt work.

	The drives seem to be missing one UUID each:

hdg1:
	--- List of physical volume UUIDs ---

000: 3y4m3p-fgHn-0vAI-BRkG-rpAA-LZvd-3U98de
001: p66g9Y-hBKc-Ovlz-JX3V-6F6w-bk6a-1UP1MX
002: --- EMPTY ---

hdf1:

--- List of physical volume UUIDs ---

000: UsFg0p-DUVj-nNas-7JlU-WePY-ad7y-zyjPie
001: p66g9Y-hBKc-Ovlz-JX3V-6F6w-bk6a-1UP1MX
002: --- EMPTY ---

hde1:

--- List of physical volume UUIDs ---

000: UsFg0p-DUVj-nNas-7JlU-WePY-ad7y-zyjPie
001: p66g9Y-hBKc-Ovlz-JX3V-6F6w-bk6a-1UP1MX
002: --- EMPTY ---


	I have run vgcfgrestore before vgscan, and yet it still cant find
the VG. Any ideas on how to get the UUID's written back correctly ? (I guess
they are partly missing in the backup files). I have all three in the above
just the drives dont have all three themselves.

Any help would be appreciated


Regards
Richard



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