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Re: [linux-lvm] modprobe errors in syslog



Hi Richard,

this is well known because vgscan(8) checks for a couple of possibly
existing devices.
If they don't exist (i.e. the drivers are not loaded or build into the kernel)
that run triggers (lots of) messages. If you face more of them your actual
kernel configuration might include less drivers than your previous one.

There's 2 ways to address this:

 a. change your modules.conf and set the unused drivers to "off".
 b. ignore the messages ;-)


On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 03:09:52PM -0500, Richard Smith wrote:
> I have 2.4.1 patched with .9beta3.  Everything I have tried so far is
> working,
> but I get lots of modprobe errors in my log after I run vgscan. please
> advise,
> is this from md.o or devfs ?  I am not using md.o for raid. 
> 
> thanks
> Richard
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