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Re: [linux-lvm] VGs gone!



You should not have recreated the lvmtab without backing up the total
config, and restoring it after dding the partitions back. 

On Mon, 2004-03-15 at 03:45, David Minor wrote:
> My volumes have disappeared.  can anyone help recover?
> 
> setup: 
> I have two drives partitioned identically so that they
> can be mirrored.  each drive has a boot, swap, and a
> very large lvm partition.  We had a problem with the
> root partition on the first drive, so we decided to
> restore from the mirror using dd.  After doing this,
> the VGs are not in existence anymore.  running
> 'vgscan' shows it creates /etc/lvmtab and
> /etc/lvmtab.d correctly, but they are empty.  
> 
> Is there a way to recreate this information?
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