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AW: [linux-lvm] WARNING: Ignoring duplicate config node:filter (seeking filter)



*g*, yes, you're (of course) right!
I just made a fast attempt without thinking... 

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: linux-lvm-bounces redhat com 
> [mailto:linux-lvm-bounces redhat com] Im Auftrag von Alasdair G Kergon
> Gesendet: Montag, 5. März 2007 20:36
> An: LVM general discussion and development
> Betreff: Re: [linux-lvm] WARNING: Ignoring duplicate config 
> node:filter (seeking filter)
> 
> On Mon, Mar 05, 2007 at 08:16:35PM +0100, Cisco wrote:
> > filter = [ "a/.*/", "r|/dev/cdrom|", "r|/dev/hda|", "r|/dev/hdb|", 
> > "r|/cdrom|" ]
>  
> Oops - the first pattern matches everything so the rest will 
> have no effect:-)
> 
> The man page says:
>               filter  -- List of patterns to apply to devices 
> found by a scan.
>               Patterns are regular expressions delimited by 
> any character  and
>               preceded  by a (for accept) or r (for reject).  
> The list is tra-
>               versed in order, and the first regex that 
> matches determines  if
>               the device will be accepted or rejected 
> (ignored).  Devices that
>               don't match any patterns are accepted. If  you  
> want  to  reject
>               patterns  that don't match, end the list with 
> "r/.*/".  If there
>               are several names for the same device (e.g.  
> symbolic  links  in
>               /dev),  if  any  name  matches  any  a  
> pattern,  the  device is
>               accepted; otherwise if any name matches  any  r 
>  pattern  it  is
>               rejected;  otherwise  it  is accepted.  As an 
> example, to ignore
>               /dev/cdrom you could use: devices { 
> filter=["r|cdrom|"] }
> 
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