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Re: [linux-lvm] vgchange -a y /dev/System fails

A little while ago I had the same problems - the only way i could get around 
it  was using 2.4.16-xfs.  I was using 2.4.17-xfs+lvm (1.0.1) and when a 
snapshot failed I couldn't remove it and when I rebooted the system would 
hang.  By having a 2.4.16-xfs kernel with lvm-1.0.1rc4(ish) it would fix the 
problems on the fly during bootup and all was happy.  YMMV  At the time I did 
ask the mailling list why 2.4.16-xfs was more robust than 2.4.17-xfs+lvm; 
however, I never recieved an answer.


On Sat, 26 Jan 2002 09:35, you wrote:
> It fails and says:
> parameter error setting up snapshot copy on write exception
> So yes, I have  snapshots in there, but I can't delete  the snapshots if
> the volume isn't active, and I can't activate the volume because of a
> snapshot.
> To make things worse, /dev/System contains /usr and /var.
> The snapshots were created with 1.0.1rc4 on 2.4.14 and I now run 2.4.17
> with 1.0.1rc4-ish
> What's the magic override I need to use to make the volume active again?
> Thanks
> Marc

Adrian Head

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