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Re: [linux-lvm] Hardlock and volume loss ?

I was using 0.9 originally when the machine hardlocked
I then upgraded to CVS after reading the mailing lists, this didnt help
I spoke to Hans who said go back to original 0.9 and try rebooting
and just running vgchange -a y (which fixed my problem, well at least
allows me to mount the drive, vgscan etc... still reset the UUID's)

I would like to fix the problem fully, so I can carry on using the LVM and
expand it, but at least right now I can copy the data off the drive.


* Andreas Dilger (adilger turbolinux com) wrote:
> Richard writes:
> > The problem is if I try to make the PV active, it "looses" this information
> > and says:
> > 
> > milita:/etc/lvmconf# vgchange -ay
> > vgchange -- ERROR "Invalid argument" activating volume group "media"
> > 
> > 	I've posted what I thought was relavent to
> > 	http://black.hole.org/deadlvm.txt
> > 
> > 	I'm pretty sure the data is intact, and I hope the lvm can be
> > put back together (hopefully so I can still resize/add to it)
> > 
> > 	Any help would be apprecaited, oh and I'm running todays (12/13th
> > March 2001) cvs lvm programs.
> In your other posting, you say:
> > Any ideas ? the software is:
> > Logical Volume Manager 0.9
> > Heinz Mauelshagen, Sistina Software  13/11/2000  (IOP 10)
> > installed from lvm-0.9-2 via debian apt-get from sistina.com
> Which one?  The 0.9 software has bugs that may cause this problem
> (missing UUIDs).
> Cheers, Andreas
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