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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM Error



I am using lvm2.
PV is /dev/hdd
no partition table exists.

I did figure out the problem though.  I had a symlink to /dev/hdd and I think 
that was causing some issues.  I removed that symlink and all the PV's 
display properly now.  My next issue is this..

fileserver:~# vgchange -a y 4474
  Volume group 4474 metadata is inconsistent
  Volume group for uuid not found: 
lIoGSWjLzjHDN61mdY0yqVbilyBU9xzFSoVzKiy750swPFxT8D0ijXGNAi3FddlG
  0 logical volume(s) in volume group "4474" now active

:(
hehe, next...

Terry Rigby

On April 3, 2005 12:19 pm, Alasdair G Kergon wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 03, 2005 at 09:46:00AM -0800, Terry Rigby wrote:
> > > http://ultimate.kicks-ass.net/files/lvm.txt
>
>   PV /dev/hda2        VG 4474   lvm2 [18.18 GB / 0    free]
>   PV /dev/hdc         VG 4474   lvm2 [74.53 GB / 0    free]
>   PV /dev/hdb         VG 4474   lvm2 [74.53 GB / 0    free]
>   PV unknown device   VG 4474   lvm2 [74.53 GB / 0    free]
>
> Which version of LVM2?
> Try upgrading it to at least 2.00.33.
>
> Does hdd have a partition table on it (even an empty one)?
> Is the PV meant to be hdd or hdd1?
> If the PV is genuinely hdd not hdd1 and there's a partition
> table, try removing it.
>
> Alasdair


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