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Re: [linux-lvm] pv_move_pe() error again :/

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Ragnar Kjørstad, on Freitag, 7. September 2001 11:43 wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 07, 2001 at 01:41:22AM +0200, FEJF wrote:
> > there are no io-errors... but as the hd makes really scary noise when
> > pvmove tries to move the remaining bytes. so i think the hd is damaged.
> > but all i want is to remove the damaged hd.
> > but pvreduce says i have to use pvmove to get rid of the remaining data
> > and pvmove gives the errors...
> > so i can't remove it :/ - is there a way to get rid of the hd without
> > destroying the rest of the data ? sth. like pvreduce --force ?
> No, don't think so.
> I have a patch, but I'm not so sure I can recommend that you use it.
> I only wrote it to copy off a single block of a bad disk - I'm not sure
> exactly how it will behave when moving multiple blocks (if the
> non-corrupted blocks will end up in the right spot, or if it writes too
> little data, so it will be some bytes off).

the only thing i fear at the moment is that the hd gets totaly damaged sooner 
or later (if it runs serveral hours i can't access it...) and if it will i 
will loose the whole lvm (about 360gigs) and so i say if there are some filez 
corrupted it won't matter that much...

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