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Re: [linux-lvm] pvmove hung on 2.6.22 (ubuntu gutsy)

2007/9/5, Bryn M. Reeves <breeves redhat com>:
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> noah wrote:
> > This patch is already applied on the kernel i was running.
> > Also, I'm not sure I'm using dm-raid at all since I don't have one of
> > these lame software (BIOS) RAID cards.
> dm-raid1 is nothing to do with dmraid per-se (it's just one of the
> targets dmraid might use to construct a raid set).
> It is also used by pvmove - when you pvmove a volume, a temporary mirror
> is constructed using dm-raid1, synchronised and then broken. After the
> pvmove the newly sync'ed copy is substituted for the original PV.

I see, thanks for the explaination.

> > I'm using md and dm-crypt straight on top of the harddrives.
> I'm not sure I understand - if you're only using md and dm-crypt, why is
> pvmove involved?

Sorry, I forgot to mention LVM. Just wanted to make it clear I wasn't
using dmraid in case it was related -- which it obviously wasn't.

> You can directly view the status of the mirror/pvmoved volume using
> "dmsetup status" - the patch I linked to earlier corrected a problem
> with the status report that prevented userspace correctly parsing the
> status updates.

Unfortunately my whole system went away in the crash and I cannot
reproduce the error again to see what dmstatus table would have
But it does look good on the new system with the same kernel AFAICT.

aes-root: 0 6291456 linear 9:2 384
aes-root: 6291456 2097152 linear 9:2 887095680
aes-root: 8388608 2097152 linear 9:2 897941888
raidB: 0 586113528 crypt aes-cbc-essiv:sha256
00000000000000000000000000000000 0 9:1 1032
raidA: 0 976771960 crypt aes-cbc-essiv:sha256
00000000000000000000000000000000 0 9:0 1032

> It does sound from your description like you may have hit a separate
> problem since you mention that the pvmove does initially proceed correctly.

Is this list the correct place for bug reports or should I resend my
mail to dm-devel@ or even lkml?

  -- noah

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