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Re: [linux-lvm] mirrored LV + cmirror problem

Here is the output of vgreduce:


2008. febr. 15, 22:06 DU dátummal Jonathan Brassow <jbrassow redhat com>
ezt írta:

> If the problem is reproducible, we should be able to track it down.
> When a failure happens, the kernel sends an event to userspace that
> signals 'dmeventd' to take action. If we take dmeventd out of the
> picture, we can run the commands ourselves with higher verbose
> settings.
> When you activate the volume, you can 'lvchange -ay --monitor n <vg>/
> <lv>' - this will prevent dmeventd from monitoring the mirror. Then
> kill the log device. Finally, run 'vgreduce --removemissing <VG> -
> vvvv' to perform the recovery. (redirecting all the output to a file
> will give us something to look at if the failure is reproduced.)
> We may need to grab debugging output from clvmd too, but that can get
> messy, so we'll start with this.
> brassow
> P.S. It looks like you must have *.debug; in your /etc/syslog.conf,
> yes?
> On Feb 15, 2008, at 10:17 AM, Lajkó Attila wrote:

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