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RE: [linux-lvm] Disk damaged



not doable to find the same disk, however, it doesn't seem like there was 
any data on the damaged disk... I have a 240gb disk cluster and only 100gb
was used, the damaged disk  is the last one and is a 60gb disk... 
will I get it up and running again by executing the commands suggested? 
I can read all the data on the volume now, but get IO error when trying to write...

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		Emne: Re: [linux-lvm] Disk damaged
		
		
		 
		  The  first  thing  you should do is to find another disk of the same
		  size  and  model  and  then  try dd_rescue to move whatever readable
		  information you can.
		
		
		
		> Hi
		
		> It seems like one of my disks as gone down, fortunately the last
		> disk in the volume (/dev/hdg). Can I get about this by doing:
		
		> vgreduce vol_grp /dev/hdg
		> umount /stuff
		> e2fsadm -L-60G /dev/vol_grp/big
		
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