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Re: [linux-lvm] How to mount volumes during boot



Mitch,

Your problem can be fixed by compiling the LVM code into the kernel
rather than as a module.

If you like modules, make sure that you are using an initrd.

The RH 7.1 scripts already have the necessary logic to mount your LVM
filesystems.

On Sunday, 21 October, 2001, Mitchell D. Miller scribbled:
> I am running Red Hat 7.1 (with 2.4.12 kernel) and LVM 1.0.1-rc4.  I read
> the documentation on Sistina's website about boot time scripts, but the
> info there seems to deal only with getting LVM loaded at boot time.  
> 
> I'm still uncertain how I should configure my system so the volumes I
> have created (three of them so far) get mounted during boot.  I tried
> modifying my fstab file, but the system didn't boot right after.  It
> stopped, complaining that one of the devices couldn't be mounted.  Is
> this even the right place to configure LVM volumes to be mounted?

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