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Re: [linux-lvm] problem


# vgexport -av
vgexport -- locking logical volume manager
vgexport -- checking volume group name
vgexport -- checking volume group activity
vgexport -- reading data of volume group "rootvg" from disk(s)
vgexport -- only found 0 of 39 LEs for LV /dev/rootvg/tmp (0)
vgexport -- ERROR "vg_read_with_pv_and_lv(): allocated LE of LV" reading
data of volume group "rootvg"

vgexport -- unlocking logical volume manager

Other ideas?


On Wed, 2003-01-08 at 14:21, Steven Lembark wrote:
> -- Daniel Wittenberg <daniel-wittenberg uiowa edu>
> > I had 2 drives in my machine, with a VG across both of them.  The only
> > thing on the second drive was part of /tmp, so when the second drive
> > died I didn't really lose anything.  But I have problems now because I
> > can't activate the VG because part of it is missing, but I can't remove
> > tmp, so it's a catch-22.  Is there anyway to remove an LV without
> > activating the VG?  Or another way I can tell it to ignore missing LV's?
> vgexport + vgimport should do it for you if none of the
> other LV's stretched onto the dead drive.
> If you don't want to spread data across drives that are
> not maintained with some sort of RAID then you are
> probably better off putting the drives in separate VG's
> so that data doesn't accidentally spill across the disks.
> --
> Steven Lembark                               2930 W. Palmer
> Workhorse Computing                       Chicago, IL 60647
>                                             +1 773 252 1080
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Daniel Wittenberg
Senior Unix Admin
University of Iowa - ITS

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