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Re: [linux-lvm] Insufficient allocatable extents suitable for striping for logical volume



On Mon, Dec 01, 2003 at 01:08:20AM +0100, Nowicki Christophe wrote:
> >> System : Linux TuX 2.6.0-test9 #8 SMP Sun Nov 2 10:40:22 CET 2003 i686

>   Insufficient allocatable extents suitable for striping for logical
> volume lv_usr: 32 required
 
> How can I move one logical volume from /dev/hda5 to /dev/hdb5 ?
Using pvmove - but not supported on 2.6 kernels yet.

Otherwise forget the striping, and create or extend LVs on the other
disk - LVM2 will let you specify a different number of stripes
when you extend an LV (e.g. lvextend -i1).
 
Alasdair




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