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[linux-lvm] fsck.ext3 truncates boot sequence



Hello, list.

I've a LVM working OK. I plugged an externar USB harddisk and Linux emulates SCSCI, so it is seen as /dev/sdc1

I formated it as ext3 and the added it as a new Physical Volume in order to gaim more disk space. Then, create a new logical volume, say <LOGICAL_VOLUME_**new**> and was up'n'running OK.

I assume that the USB device is recognized before LVM mount, since the boot sequence:

  Setting up LVM Volume Groups ...done
  Starting Enterprise Volume Management System ...done
  Checking all file systems

     fsck.ext3 Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open
/dev/sdc1

     the superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct
ext2 filesystem. if the device is valid and it really contains an ext2
filesystem (and not swap ou ufs or something else), then the superblock
is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck with an alternate superblock:
e2fsck - 8193 <device>

/dev/<VOLUME_GROUP>/<LOGICAL_VOLUME_**new**> clean

   fsck failed Please repair manually


Freezes there and only can continue starting the system using Ctrl+D.
Please note that after that the system works just fine, LVM & USB device included.

Tried to run fsck.ext on that parition and says it's clean.

What am I missing to solve?
How can I avoid the boot sequence being stopped?

Thanks in advance. Cheers.
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