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[linux-lvm] Re: LVM corruption on rocketraid 1540 in AMD64 CentOS



Christopher Hicks <chicks chicks net> writes:

> I've got a pair of RocketRaid 1540's based on the HPT374 chip.  Every
> time I setup an LVM which includes drives on the RR1540 and reboot,
> the LVM becomes corrupt.  I'm able before reboot to read and write
> files to my heart's content, but then I reboot and its toast.  I was
> able to reboot fine with LVM partitions on the same box as long as
> none of the PV's were on the HPT374.  My experiments where on an AMD64
> machine running CentOS 4 and I'm not sure what to try next.  I figured
> trying FC4 on x86 32-bit hardware should be the next step to see if
> its an architecture issue.  Is this a known issue?  Any suggestions
> for why?  Or any suggestions for what to try?  I'd really like to get
> these controllers back in the server they belong in.  :)

FWIW, I've been running LVM on such a controller in an Alpha machine
(64-bit) for several years without a glitch.

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Måns Rullgård
mru inprovide com


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