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[linux-lvm] Re: ERROR "vg_read_with_pv_and_lv(): allocated LE of LV" can't get data of volume group "vg00" from physical volume(s)



Hello all,

regarding my earlier post with the above subject i'm still trying to restore
the vg00 from those disks. Recently i put another disk in the system with
the failed vg00 and ran a recent debian with lvm2 and kernel 2.6.3. I tried
a partial vgscan/vgchange unfortunately with no avail. It drops out with
the Error:
"Logical volume (home) contains an incomplete mapping table.
Volume group "vg00" not found"
A "vgscan -P -vvv" gives the output cited below. It seems to be that lvm
finds the vg00, but complains about something. Could someone please
explain to me what the error message means and/or how i can fix it?

Thanks in advance,

Frank


Output of "vgscan -P -vvv":

      Locking /var/lock/lvm/V_vg00 RB
    Finding volume group "vg00"
        Opened /dev/hdc1
      Found /dev/hdc1 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdc2
      Found /dev/hdc2 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdc3
      Found /dev/hdc3 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdc4
      Found /dev/hdc4 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdd1
      Found /dev/hdd1 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb2
      Found /dev/hdb2 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdd2
      Found /dev/hdd2 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb3
      Found /dev/hdb3 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdd3
      Found /dev/hdd3 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdd4
      Found /dev/hdd4 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb5
      Found /dev/hdb5 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb6
      Found /dev/hdb6 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb7
      Found /dev/hdb7 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb8
      Found /dev/hdb8 in VG vg00
        Opened /dev/hdb9
      Found /dev/hdb9 in VG vg00
      System ID ID-584581050615881 on /dev/hdc2 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID ID-584581050615882 on /dev/hdc3 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID ID-584581050615883 on /dev/hdc4 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1061298947 on /dev/hdd1 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881862 on /dev/hdb2 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1061298816 on /dev/hdd2 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881863 on /dev/hdb3 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1061298819 on /dev/hdd3 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1061298820 on /dev/hdd4 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881867 on /dev/hdb5 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881869 on /dev/hdb6 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881870 on /dev/hdb7 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881871 on /dev/hdb8 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      System ID (none)1002881875 on /dev/hdb9 differs from ID-584581050615878 for volume group
      Unlocking /var/lock/lvm/V_vg00
        Closed /dev/hdc1
        Closed /dev/hdc2
        Closed /dev/hdc3
        Closed /dev/hdc4
        Closed /dev/hdd1
        Closed /dev/hdb2
        Closed /dev/hdd2
        Closed /dev/hdb3
        Closed /dev/hdd3
        Closed /dev/hdd4
        Closed /dev/hdb5
        Closed /dev/hdb6
        Closed /dev/hdb7
        Closed /dev/hdb8
        Closed /dev/hdb9

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