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Re: [linux-lvm] Using lvm1 vg's in lvm2 systems (RHEL4)



Thanks for indicating your solution.  I was having a very similar problem upgrading a Debian Unstable system a few months ago.  I still need to upgrade that system, so this might help me when that time comes around.



On Wed, Oct 25, 2006 at 12:43:56PM -0300, Fabricio Candido wrote:
>    Hi all.
> 
>       I've solved this problem downgrading the lvm version from RHEL4U2 to
>    RHEL4U1 included version.
> 
>    Thanks all.
> 
>    Fabricio
> 
>    On 10/17/06, Fabricio Candido <fabricio candido gmail com> wrote:
> 
>      Alasdair,
> 
>        Thanks for your helping.
> 
>        I got these messages when I just execute vgdisplay, vgscan or pvscan:
> 
>        LV lv_oracle_data012: inconsistent LE count 252 != 1008
>        Internal error: LV segments corrupted in lv_oracle_data012.
>        LV lv_oracle_redo003: inconsistent LE count 4 != 16
>        Internal error: LV segments corrupted in lv_oracle_redo003.
>        LV lv_oracle_data020: inconsistent LE count 252 != 1008
>        Internal error: LV segments corrupted in lv_oracle_data020.
> 
>        I just imported these volumes in another RHEL3 server without
>      problems.
> 
>      Any ideas ?
> 
>      Regards,
>      Fabricio
>      On 10/17/06, Alasdair G Kergon <agk redhat com> wrote:
> 
>        On Tue, Oct 17, 2006 at 07:00:52PM -0300, Fabricio Candido wrote:
>        > Is it possible to my RHEL4 system use these lvm1 vgs without
>        converting it ?
>        > What is necessary ?
> 
>        Yes, provided you can manage without snapshots and pvmove.
>        [Alternatively, you can run vgconvert to update your metadata in-situ
>        to the
>        new lvm2 format.]
> 
>        Alasdair
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