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Re: [linux-lvm] CDRECORD not working when LVM loaded.


I have a machine at work (my desktop) which I use use LVM 0.9.1beta? on
and cdrecord with no problems all on SCSI.  This is with 2.2 kernel.

Doesn't really help you fix your problem, but just so you know that it is
working elsewhere.

On 16 Apr 2001, Rupert Heesom wrote:

> Date: 16 Apr 2001 23:34:20 -0400
> From: Rupert Heesom <raheesom navpoint com>
> Reply-To: linux-lvm sistina com
> To: linux-lvm sistina com
> Subject: [linux-lvm] CDRECORD not working when LVM loaded.
> I'm running a RH7 system on which I have the Logical Volume Management
> of kernel 2.4.3 installed,but not configured (LVM not doing anything
> yet).
> I had some trouble using cdrecord, and saw the man page for cdrecord,
> particularly the following part where it says that cdrecord cannot be
> used in conjunction with volume management.
> I don't really know what  is meant in the paragraph about USCSI fallback
> SCSI transport code.
>         On Solaris you need to stop the volume management  if  you
>         like  to  use the USCSI fallback SCSI transport code. Even
>         things like cdrecord -scanbus will not work if the  volume
>         management is running.
> I unloaded the "lvm-mod" kernel module, and cdrecord works fine without
> it.
> Basically I'm merely trying to find out whether I can get my system
> working with both LVM and cdrecord concurrently.
> I assume in order to use LVM, I would need to keep the lvm kernel module
> loaded.   Since I had to unload this module in order to use cdrecord, I
> assume that I can only use cdrecord OR LVM on any one system.   Am I
> correct here?
> Is there any workaround for my situation?  Perhaps not using the USCSI
> fallback code when using cdrecord?
> --
> regs
> rupert
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