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Re: [Linux-cluster] service clvmd restart



I believe you could also use a CLI override to the config file so you wouldn't actually have to change lvm.conf at all.

prompt> vgchange -cn <VG> --config 'global { locking_type = 3 }'

 brassow

On Feb 18, 2008, at 4:51 AM, Christine Caulfield wrote:

Denis Medvedev wrote:
Dear developers,
is it safe to do /sbin/service clvmd restart in working cluster with some lv GFS mounted? What happens if I change locking in lvm.conf to 0 temorarily to change incorrectly marked as clustered logical volumes?
      Denis Medvedev


That should all be fine. clvmd is only needed to co-ordinate metadata
changes, and rebuilds its state when restarted.

Don't forget to change locking_type back when you've finished ;-)


Christine

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