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SUMMARY: Re: [linux-lvm] VGs not detected at startup



Hi finally I find the problem.

In one of my night delete checkroot.sh, I resolve using from the other linux
but it was some diferent, finally the script don't mount /proc and the system
was unable to mount and detect the VG's.

I download the pakage from debian and get the correct version, now all runs ok.

Thank you for nothing, nobody to answer me. :-).

On Wed, 6 Apr 2005 12:02:34 +0200, Diaz Rodriguez, Eduardo wrote
> Hi, I?m running lvm 1.0.8, on kernel 2.4.30, but I have problems with
> detecting the VGs. Immediately after bootup, vgscan returns: no 
> volume groups found I find very similar same problem that:
> 
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-lvm/2004-November/msg00028.html
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-lvm/2004-November/msg00033.html
> 
> I am running lvm10 in debian linux with kernel 2.4.30
> 
> The problem are that boot process, (the rcS.d S27lvm) don't detect 
> any vgs but, after of some trys I must create a workarround and 
> startup the script after of
> 
> S35mountall.sh
> cat S36lvm_ayuda
> /sbin/vgscan
> /sbin/vgchange -a y
> /bin/mount ?a
> 
> Yesterday the lvm script runs well but I think that the problem can 
> be change the kernel version (I change from 2.4.28 to 2.4.30)..
> 
> The problem was, I change the kernel version, after of boot, for 
> accident I write the checkroot.sh with checkfs.sh, a reboot, (many 
> fails) I use a knoppix for start the disk a recover from a very 
> similar system (debian stable too with lvm too).
> 
> After of this, lvm startup script never see any vgs but I exec the 
> lvm script too after of S35mountall.sh the script runs well.
> 
> I change some information of SCSI modules (for my usb-disk  ?but 
> this disk don?t run in lvm only have ATA disk /dev/hdb1 and 
> /dev/hdd1? ) for start as modules. But I don?t remember that,
>  because I think that this can bee easy. The kernel version was 
> compiling well. But after the reboot I see the problem. I try exec 
> vgscan ?v, (putting in the scripts) but in boot process for any 
> information but nothing
> 
> A very fanny night working at 4:00 AM :-)
> 
> If anypeople need more data don?t dude said me I sent the output of 
> the commands
> 
> mounts
> /dev/hda2 on / type ext3 (rw,errors=remount-ro)
> /dev/hdc1 on /datos type reiserfs (rw)
> /dev/hda3 on /backup/disco1 type reiserfs (rw)
> proc on /proc type proc (rw)
> /dev/vgdatos/vlortofotos on /datos_ortofotos type xfs (rw)
> 
> I any want's can contact with me in messenger at ediaz NOSPAM AT 
> pk25 dot com
> 
> Any help is very appreciate
> 
> P.D Sorry for my English, I am from spain
> 
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