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Re: [linux-lvm] FYI: Going back to LVM1 from LVM2



If device nodes are missing, vgmknodes should help in LVM1.

On Tuesday, Sep 16, 2003, at 04:49 US/Central, Rickard Olsson wrote:

For various reasons (when I fix it, I'll Tell the Tale) I installed LVM2 today. It didn't solve my immediate problems, so I tried to go back to LVM1. However, the dev/vg_name/lv_name node had disappeared and even though both vgchange -ay, vgscan, lvscan and pvscan all reported seeing the lv fine, mount could not find it.

A reboot did not help. Panic lurked.

However, vgchange -an followed by vgchange -ay helped.

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