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Does anyone beleive that running a tool such as gpart or rescuept would help recover the missing superblock and allow me to mount the logical volume?

Since the actual device /dev/vg0/logical0 actually gets created is it safe to assume that all LVM metadata is intact and correct and my problem is with the filesystem, not the lower level LVM?


Thanks,


Bernard Zolp


--- Begin Message --- I recently replaced a failing drive in my lvm1 volume group by doing a dd from the bad drive to a new drive. However after a few days I can no longer mount the logical volume. When I try to the mount the volume I get this output:

mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/vg0/logical0,
      or too many mounted file systems

I have a feeling that the superblock is corrupt.

I tried running vgck, but it seg faults after a point:

vgck -v
vgck -- locking logical volume manager
vgck -- finding all volume group(s)
vgck -- checking volume group name "vg0"
vgck -- checking existence of volume group "vg0"
vgck -- reading volume group data for "vg0" from lvmtab
vgck -- checking volume group consistency  of "vg0" in lvmtab
vgck -- VGDA of "vg0" in lvmtab is consistent
vgck -- reading volume group data for "vg0" from physical volume(s)
Segmentation fault (core dumped)


Can anyone help me get this mounted again?


thanks,

Bernard Zolp


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