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Re: [linux-lvm] After replacing sata card can't read



On Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 07:06:46AM +0000, Glynn Morrison wrote:

what I did:

 mdadm  --create --assume-clean /dev/md2 --level=5 --raid-devices=6 /dev/sd[a-f]1
and you are 1000% sure you got the order right?

 pvcreate -u uRm1dv-M80B-YRPp-vNM8-WNth-kuke-oNCGHG /dev/md2
 vgcfgrestore -f lvm-raid raid

Latter I tried: pvcreate --restorefile lvm-raid -u uRm1dv-M80B-YRPp-vNM8-WNth-kuke-oNCGHG /dev/md2 instead to the same affect.
if the mdadm was correct this should have not been needed

I'm assuming that all this wont have affected the actual data on the
drive, but I'm at a loss of what to do now, as far as I can see
everything is now as it was...
usually after doing "mdadm --create --assume-clean" you should check
that data is still readable, if not try changing the order of drives in
"mdadm" and try again.

L.


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