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Re: [linux-lvm] LVM disappeared



Perhaps 'vgcfgrestore' would work to solve your problem.  You would need access to the backup files (/etc/lvm/backup).

 brassow

On May 29, 2012, at 6:59 AM, abdul jabbar wrote:

Hi,

I am going trough a peculiar problem after Linux server reboot.

I had rebooted RHEL-5.3 server and found /var filesystem got corrupted and i was able to restore /var from Mondorescue image which was  taken 1 month back.

I had 2 VGs with a LV configured under each VG. 
After reboot i lost one of my Lvs ,VG under which Lv is created showing " 0 logical volume(s) in volume group "VGGLOTAM-BLD8" now active "
If i run pvscan i am able to see PVs under VG.

 PV /dev/sdai        VG VGGLOTAM-BLD8   lvm2 [100.00 GB / 100.00 GB free]
  PV /dev/sdah        VG VGGLOTAM-BLD8   lvm2 [100.00 GB / 100.00 GB free]
  PV /dev/sdag        VG VGGLOTAM-BLD8   lvm2 [100.00 GB / 100.00 GB free]
  PV /dev/sdaf        VG VGGLOTAM-BLD8   lvm2 [100.00 GB / 100.00 GB free]
  PV /dev/sdae        VG VGGLOTAM-BLD8   lvm2 [100.00 GB / 100.00 GB free]



Is  there any possibilty to recover my LV as it contains very critical data?


Thanks in advance
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