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Re: [linux-lvm] lvm on root filesystem with devfs



Yes, the lvm module is on the initrd.
Yes, the module is being loaded.

As I said, This works just fine if I am not using devfs.

Steve Wray wrote:

> > From: linux-lvm-admin sistina com [mailto:linux-lvm-admin sistina com]On
> > Behalf Of Joe Harvell
> [snip]
> > When I run with devfs, though, the /dev entries don't ever show up in
> > /dev when I do a vgscan.  The result is that I am not able to mount the
> > lvm root filesystem.
> >
> >
> >    * Does the fact that I have lvm compiled as a module have anything to
> >      do with this?
>
> uh huh. Unless;
> 1. the lvm module is on the initrd
> and
> 2. the initrd loads this module
>
> the lvm module will be on a logical volume which can't be mounted
> because the kernel doesn't know how to...
>
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