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Re: [linux-lvm] removing bad PVs



On Monday 13 February 2006 08:36, Matthew Plante wrote:
> The solution I ended up with was actually to add a new disk and make new
> PVs with the same uuid, which wasn't exactly the solution I was going for,
> but it ended up working out.  I wasn't able to get the --removemissing
> option in vgreduce to work for the scenario I mentioned before.
> The test scenario I was going for was an unexpected removal of a disk,
> where I could remove the disk from the vg, and bring the vg back up in a
> semi-working state, minus one disk/some data.
I know this is sort of late in the game as you have found a solution that 
works, but did you ever try using vgreduce -A n vgname pvname? Or the same, 
but with a force option?  I know you said --removemissing didn't work, but 
that may have been due to not setting -A n.

-- 
Zac Slade


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