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Re: kernel errors when inserting a CD



---- Bill Crawford <billcrawford1970 gmail com> wrote: 
> On Friday 06 March 2009 14:58:34 Andras Simon wrote:
> > On 3/6/09, Bill Crawford <billcrawford1970 gmail com> wrote:
> ...
> > > It's lvm scanning for volume group metadata, probably.
> >
> > I'm not sure. I also have a fair amount of these messages, and no lvm.
> 
> See also: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=442177

I don't know much about lvm but running lvmdiskscan produces this output and no log messages:

$ sudo lvmdiskscan -v
    Wiping cache of LVM-capable devices
  /dev/ramdisk [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/dm-0    [      230.81 GB] 
  /dev/ram     [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/sda1    [      232.78 GB] 
  /dev/dm-1    [        1.94 GB] 
  /dev/ram2    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/sda2    [      101.98 MB] 
  /dev/ram3    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram4    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram5    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram6    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram7    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram8    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram9    [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram10   [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram11   [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram12   [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram13   [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram14   [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/ram15   [       16.00 MB] 
  /dev/sdb1    [      101.94 MB] 
  /dev/sdb2    [      232.78 GB] LVM physical volume
  2 disks
  19 partitions
  0 LVM physical volume whole disks
  1 LVM physical volume

No mention of /dev/sr0.

Steve


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