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Re: [linux-lvm] Understanding if a disk is partioned with LVM or not

No no no, its funny i just needed the folder /xyz with mkdir which ill mount the new disk :-)

2009/9/11 André Gillibert <rcvxdg gmail com>
pent 5971 <pent5971 gmail com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Luca thanks for your answer . the disk seems to be regular one. So for
> the new added disk
> i have followed the
> http://jamesthornton.com/redhat/linux/7.3/Reference-Guide/s1-filesystem-ext3-create.html
>  and rebooted the server (edited the fstab ). But the disk doesnt seem
> to be
> mounted . So what can be the problem?
1) Check that the relevant partitions exist. Assuming your disk is /dev/sdb, partitions may be /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdb2, etc.
2) Try to mount them manually.
Your boot script may not automatically mount all partitions. In that case:
$ mount /mount/point
should work.
Or, maybe there's an issue with label detection.
In that case, specify the partition.
$ mount -t ext3 /dev/sdb1 /mount/point

André Gillibert

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