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Re: [linux-lvm] Problems after upgrading LVM



Hello,
try to use uuid_fixer on every pv you have in your vg.
Then do a "vgcfgrestore -n your_vgname -l" and if this works a 
"vgcfgrestore -n vg_name /dev/hdXX (for each pertitions in the VG)".
Run vgscan again, then vgchange -ay. I think this should work.
I prefered it to run vgcfgbackup after it´s done.
Btw, this was discussed the last mouth several time on this list,
searching in the archive would have been helped you. :)
Regards
Uli


* Klaus Agnoletti <ultra mailme dk> [011206 09:20]:
> I got my problem solved.
> It seems like I can't restore a vg created with an older version of LVM
> than the one I am currently using.
> This means that VGs in my stup created with LVM 0.9 can't be restored
> after upgrading to 1.0.1.
> Is this a bug ? (I would say yes) - if not, what is the correct
> procedure to get your VG up and running after an update ?
> 
> I tried doing a 
> vgcfgrestore -n vg_name /dev/hdXX (for each pertitions in the VG)
> vgchange -ay
> 
> And after that just a regular mount.
> 
> After this discovery, my setup is debian linux with kernel 2.4.16 (which
> has lvm 1.0.1rc4) and the tools for lvm 0.9 which I originally created
> the vg with) - to me this sounds rather weird.
> 
> What did I miss ?
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Klaus Pedersen
> 
> 
> 
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