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Re: [linux-lvm] flascopy lvm


with any kind of block level copies you get an identical copy
of your existing volume group(s), therefore doubling the VG(s) if
attached to the same system.

A way to get the copy online is to temprarily rename the source VG using
vgrename (any mounted/opened logical volumes will stay in place unless you
reboot), attach the LUNs with the copy, run vgscan and activate the copy,
use vgrename to give the copy a new name and rename the source VG back.

Heinz    -- The LVM Guy --

On Fri, Oct 10, 2003 at 07:08:02AM -0600, CLeon phs org wrote:
> We have our SAN disk attached to our Linux Red Hat 7.3 server and we are
> using LVM.  We are using a flashcopy utility to flash the drives.  After we
> flash the drives, we attach the flashed luns to the host.  When we do this,
> the logical volume has the flashed drive in it's volume list (vgdisplay -v).
> How can I prevent the this from happening?  I would like to mount the
> flashed volume as a different logical volume name.
> Thanks,
> Cynthia Leon
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