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Re: [linux-lvm] vgscan fails to find volume groups



On Wed, Apr 17, 2002 at 03:53:02AM -0400, Jason A. Fager wrote:
> I have been attempting to get LVM set up on a freshly-installed
> Slackware 8.0 system (custom 2.4.18 monolithic kernel, LVM 1.0.3,
> no kernel patches).  It works fine in multi-user mode, it works
> fine in single-user mode, however I set up the single-user init
> script like this:
> 
> (/ is mounted read only at this point)
> mount -o remount,rw /
> vgscan
> vgchange -a y
> mount -o remount,ro /
> (stock Slackware fsck and mount bits)
> 
> The only volume group I have contains one physical volume
> (/dev/sdb, on an Adaptec 7xxx controller).  For some reason,
> vgscan doesn't pick up the volume group.  The exit code is 0,
> and looking at the debug output it hits /dev/sdb and spits out
> the same messages as when it hits all the other devices.

Hrm...you're root is mounted read-write, so the /etc directory should be
able to be updated by the tools.  Do you have /proc mounted at this point?
I'm assuming the SCSI driver is loaded at this point as well...Can't think
of anything else off the top of my head that would be wrong with that...

I'll see if I can reproduce on a system I have.

Regards,
-- 
AJ Lewis
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