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Re: [linux-lvm] Problem createing Logical Volumes



I found the trouble (user error of course). I was trying to stripe
across 5 new disks and a partition of a sixth one (only 2.5G of
17G). Oops, forgot to think before I typed.

Jeff



Jeffrey B Layton wrote:

> Hello,
>
>    I've got a 2.2.19 with Beta6 kernel. I've got 6 SCSI disks
> that I'm trying to setup as logical group and then divide
> into logical volumes.
>    I've created all the pv's correctly and the vg (vg01). It
> says that I have the following:
>
> Total PE: 22396
> Free PE: 22396/87.48GB
>
> So I tried to create a 70G logical volume,
>
> lvcreate -i6 -I4 -L70G -nlvol1 -v /dev/vg01
>
> (this corresponds to 17922 PE's). It fails with the following:
>
> not enough allocatble/free physical volume space in "vg01"
> please check if physical volumes are allocatable
>
>    I checked all the pv's and they are allocatable. What should
> I look at next? I'm kind of stuck.
>
> TIA,
>
> Jeff Layton
>
> Lockheed-Martin
>
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