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Re: [linux-lvm] 1.0.1-rc4 and kernel 2.4.14


Search their BugZilla page for core dump ... you'll find lots of
information about compiling LVM without the -O2 option.  The problem is a
compiler but with GCC 2.96 (I think that was the version).

-- Mitch

On Tue, 13 Nov 2001, Darin Perusich wrote:

> hello all,
> i'm setting up LVM on a redhat 7.1 system with kernel 2.4.14. i'm able
> to use pvcreate to setup either disks, /dev/sdb /dev/sdc or partitions,
> /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdc1. vgcreate successfully creates the group and
> activetes the volumes. when i do just about anything else it dumps core.
> i'm running the command "lvcreate -L5G -ntestlv test", or "vgextend test
> /dev/sdd" core dump. any of the *display, or vgremove commands run
> without problem.
> i've pretty much been following the how-to as i test LVM. i've compiled
> lvm into the kernel, i'm not running it as a module. moving to a older
> version of the kernel is not a problem, i just grap 2.4.14 since it's
> the latest and the versions above 2.4.9 do not need
> linux-2.4.*-VFS-lock.patch, all the filesystems on this machine are
> reiserfs, except /boot. the box itself is an hp lp2000r, 2x933mhz chips,
> 2Gb ram, 4x18gb sca disks.
> any pointers.

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