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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM seems to be causing SCSI errors.

On Mon, Oct 08, 2001 at 10:51:42AM -0000, Karl wrote:
> > IIRC you said, that your test LVs spanned physical drives.
> > Another known problem is flaky SCSI subsystem behaviour when LVM causes
> > more load in configurations like this.
> >
> > Can you trigger the problem, if you've got just one LV being allocated
> > on one PV?
> The problem is still there when the LVM is only on a single SCSI volume.
> In fact, changing the volume from one drive to the other shows SCSI
> errors on the new drive and the old drive used on a non LVM file system
> stops having errors.
> > What did the file system consistency check I mentioned in my other mail say?
> When I ran an fsck on the file system with the errors (I did not re-do
> this experiment recently) it found bad blocks on the files system, but
> no inconsistencies on the file system itself.

Strange, running out of ideas here.
We don't have similar reports, do we?

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