Carl D. Roth wrote: > > You need to do two things: > > 1) make sure the VG name on the USB drive is not the same as your new > system. If both drives have the same VG name you will have problems. > > 2) after attaching the USB drive, run > > # pvscan > # vgchange -a y > > Note that LVM isn't usually initialized except at boot time. > > If you get stuck by item (1) you can rename the VG using a rescue disk: > > # lvm vgrename OLD NEW > > but you still may be hit by item (1) until you disconnect the internal > hard disk. > You can use the the UUID to specify witch volume group to change when you have two with the same name. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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