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Re: [linux-lvm] Having duplicate PV problems, think there's a bug in LVM2 md component detection



On Sat, Feb 26, 2005 at 03:30:08PM -0500, Ron Watkins wrote:
> I'm running Debian Unstable, using kernel 2.6.8-2-k7.   I HAVE set 
> md_component_detection to 1 in lvm.conf, and I wiped the drives after 
> changing this setting.
 
>  Found duplicate PV y8pYTtAg0W703Sc8Wiy79mcWU3gHmCFc: using /dev/sde not 
> /dev/hda
>  Found duplicate PV y8pYTtAg0W703Sc8Wiy79mcWU3gHmCFc: using /dev/sde not 
> /dev/hda

> It seems to think that /dev/hda is where the PV is, rather than /dev/md0.
> (Note, again, I *HAVE* turned the md_component_detection to 1 in lvm.conf!!)
 
Add verbose flags:
  vgscan -vvvv
and post a URL to the output.
Add in your configuration: lvm.conf, pvs -av plus full details of your md 
configuration (eg various mdadm options).

Alasdair
-- 
agk redhat com


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