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[linux-lvm] Problem with LVs



I'm having a strange problem, and I haven't found any help in the
regular places so far.

I have a VG, data_vg, with three LVs (data, games, and winex).  After
doing some disk-related work (not involving the PV on which data_vg
resides), I found that one of the filesystems (data) contained the
content of another (winex) instead.  /dev/data_vg looks like this:

brw-r-----    1 root     root      58,   6 Dec 31  1969 data
brw-r-----    1 root     root      58,   7 Dec 31  1969 games
crw-r-----    1 root     root     109,   3 Dec 31  1969 group
brw-r-----    1 root     root      58,   7 Dec 31  1969 lvol2
brw-r-----    1 root     root      58,   6 Dec 31  1969 winex

The minor device number for data and winex is the same.  I'm hoping that
the blocks belonging to LV data are still intact on the PV.  I need to
figure out how to get LV data pointing back to where it should be.  Any
help toward that end will be GREATLY appreciated.

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