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Re: [linux-lvm] help: can't read name(s) of physical volumes (Debiankernel weirdness also involved)



On Sat, 14 Dec 2002, Steven Lembark wrote:

>
> > Here's the situation. I just installed Debian 3.0 testing and I set it up
> > so that I was using their lvm10 package (version 1.0.4-6) for /usr, /var
> > /home, etc. (NOT /) It works fine off the kernel that Debian uses in its
> > install (2.4.18-bf2.4). BUT, if I install a stock Debian kernel with
> > apt-get (kernel-image-2.4.18-k7), lvm cannot see my physical volumes at
> > boot-time.
>
> Make sure that the stock kernel has LVM	installed, then
> upgrade to 1.0.6 (via http://www.sistina.com/). Building
> a 2.4.10 kernel w/ 1.0.6 (if you want to stick with 1.0)
> should give you the best results.
>

No difference. The kernel (both the working and non-working kernels) have
lvm as a module. /proc/modules lists lvm-mod in both cases. I upgraded to
1.0.6 (Debian unstable) and the same thing happens.

What causes the "can't find name(s) of physical volumes" error? Anybody
know?

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