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> // Thomas
In this instance however, vgscan doesn't appear to fix the issue. After doing the vgdisplay -v vgGWPOCSHARED to see all the volumes, I then perform a vgscan and get the same Archiving volume group "vgGWPOCSHARED" metadata error in the verbose output. A vgdisplay -v without the VG name once again shows the volumes as absent.
[root ybsxlx89 ~]# vgscan -v
Wiping cache of LVM-capable devices
Wiping internal VG cache
Reading all physical volumes. This may take a while...
Finding all volume groups
Finding volume group "vgGWPOCSHARED"
Found volume group "vgGWPOCSHARED" using metadata type lvm2
Archiving volume group "vgGWPOCSHARED" metadata (seqno 25).
Archiving volume group "vgGWPOCSHARED" metadata (seqno 23).
Creating volume group backup "/etc/lvm/backup/vgGWPOCSHARED" (seqno 23).
Finding volume group "vg00"
Found volume group "vg00" using metadata type lvm2
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