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[linux-lvm] [Bug#189650: lvcreate segfaults (possibly after renames)]



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patrick

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Package: lvm10
Version: 1:1.0.7-3

I have been methodically going through my system converting each filesystem to 
reiserfs.  This entails the following sort of sequence for /dev/vg/foo

lvcreate -L <size> -n newfoo vg
mkreiserfs /dev/vg/newfoo
mount /dev/vg/newfoo /mnt
rsync -aHxq /where foo mounted/ /mnt
umount /mnt
umount /where foo mounted
edit fstab to change filesystem type to reiserfs
lvremove /dev/vg/roo
lvrename vg newroo roo
mount /where foo mounted

After a while (varies, but could be when I start to reuse the PEs? ) the 
initial lvcreate seems to get to a stage where it segfaults repeatedly until 
I deactivate and reactivate the vg (vgchange -a n vg ; vgchange -a y vg).

I have done this on my (only) two systems at home (each with two vg and 
between 2 and 5 lv on each vg).  One is running sid, the other sarge.
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Alan Chandler
alan chandlerfamily org uk
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