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Re: [linux-lvm] Either the superblock or the partition table is likely to be corrupted



Dumb/obvious question... you did reduce the size of the filesystem
*before* reducing the size of the LV, right?


And, if it was done out of sequence, is there a way to still fix it?

  If you did not increase the ize of the lv-wf2 FILESYSTEM yet,
you should be able to undo what was done.  See vgcfgrestore.
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On 09/10/2010 09:22:26 AM, Clyde E. Kunkel wrote:
 On 09/07/2010 02:11 PM, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2010-09-07 12:45 PM, James Corteciano<james linux-source org> wrote:
2) I run system-config-lvm and reduce lv-wf1 from 160G to 70G and
increased lv-wf2 from 10G to 30G.

Now, when I run the rhcs-nfs1 service using the command "clusvcadm
-e rhcs-nfs1 -m rhcs-node1", I got failed result. I have checked the
/var/log/messages and this is the output.
Dumb/obvious question... you did reduce the size of the filesystem
*before* reducing the size of the LV, right?


And, if it was done out of sequence, is there a way to still fix it?

TIA

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