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Re: [linux-lvm] using LVM from two machines



In article <20010801170828 G2603 tykepenguin com>, Patrick Caulfield <caulfield sistina com> wrote:
> The only way to achieve what you want to do at the moment is to unload the VGs
> on one machine (vgchange -ay after closing all the volumes), make the changes
> on the other machine and then re-run vgscan on the first machine and remount the
> volumes. This applies to *any* changes you make to the LVM configuration.

In a cluster context (a.k.a. failover scenario) this is the only reasonable
way to do it. 

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