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Re: [linux-lvm] LV's have "disapeared"



On Fri, Jun 30, 2006 at 12:53:36PM +0200, Dieter St?ken wrote:
> Cristian Livadaru wrote:
> > I have created some new lv's for some tests.
> > What I did was based on this howto:
> > 
> > http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/recipethreescsi.html
> > 
> > pvcreate /dev/hdk 
> > pvcreate /dev/hdi
> > 
> > vgcreate vhostvg /dev/hdk /dev/hdi
> > 
> > lvcreate -L1G -nvm01lv vhostvg 
> > ok and here I thinkg I made a big mistake!
> > since I had no partitions on my disks and I assumed that I needed one so
> > that it matches the LVM that was created by debian automaticaly I
> > created on both disks a partition and changed the type to 8e  Linux LVM.
> > I actualy worked with the lv's and everything is ok ( except my speed
> > problem but this is a other topic )
> > now after a rebbot, I only see the lv created by debian, not the one
> > that I kind of screwed up with my partitioning.
> > 
> > Is there a simple way to recover it? It's not that important that I
> > would wast to much time with it, it was just for testing anyway and I
> > could recreate them.
> 
> You created the partitions, but as long as you did not write any data
> to the created partition, nothing bad happened so far. Just delete
> the partition again. The partition table resides in the first sector
> of the disk, which is fortunately unused by LVM.


I already did a lot on the partition.
thanks anyway but the data on that lvm wasn't that important. I just
reinstalled everything.

Cris


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