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Re: [linux-lvm] Spinning down/up drives.



Anders,

LVM is not supposed to do anything special ITR because that's the disk
drivers job which needs to spin the drive up again once it receives new
requests after spindown.
You probably already tested if it does handle it or not ;-)

On Sun, Jun 02, 2002 at 02:36:03AM +0200, Anders Widman wrote:
> 
>    Can   LVM   handle drives that are set to spin down after some idle
>    time? I remember in the past at I had problems with this (not using
>    LVM back then) when trying to access files on a sleeping drive. The
>    filesystem  timeout  seemed  to be shorter than the time to spin up
>    the drive.
> 
>    //Anders
> 
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