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Re: [linux-lvm] vgscanfailed"novolumegroupsfound"



>> My VG structure is following
>> /dev/md2,md3,md4,md5,md6,md7,md8,md9,md10 => vg0
>You say 9 md devices, and list 9 above for vg0.
>pvscan -- inactive PV "/dev/md10" of VG "vg1" [4.48 GB / 4.48 GB free]
>One of your PVs says it is in another VG   ^^^ very strange.  

This PV device is not used now.This PV is not included "vg0"

# Really,this device was included "vg0",but when I tried to recovery this,
# It was broken ,cause of my mistake.
# It may be broken part of this VG, but I think the area will be not used by filesystem. 
# I want to recovery remaining....
 

>> >pvdata -PP pvdata -PP /dev/md2
>> --- Physical volume ---
>> PV#                   2
>> PV UUID               gyivka-8v8R-s8N6-UHW1-mXO2-A7pe-3V2UtL
>This matches "001" above.  You need to check each of the other MD devices
>to see which ones have valid UUIDs.  You may need to use the uuid-fixer
>tool.

Thanks! I will try to use uuid-fixer.
-- 
YouMizuki <appendix hatsune cc>





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