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Re: [virt-tools-list] Deleting storage pool on the "wrong" volume group




On Mar 20, 2013, at 8:53 AM, "Alaric Haag" <haag lsu edu> wrote:

Hello all,

I seem to have mis-clicked through the creation of an LVM-based storage pool in virt-manager and it is using a volume group containing LVs dedicated to the root/swap filesystems. As these are active LVs, there seems no way to remove this pool. Is that true? 

My reading thus far suggests that, with LVM storage units, you can't delete them from the pool without REALLY deleting them from the VG. 

I'm "new enough" to KVM that I might be missing something, but I'd be pretty shocked if a "structure" like a storage pool can't be deconstructed.

Many thanks! 

Kind regards,
Alaric

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So, following up on my own question, can someone confirm that all I need to do is delete

  /etc/libvirt/storage/<pool-name>.xml

and the symlink 

  /etc/libvirt/storage/autostart/<pool-name>.xml

Or will that break something else?

Many thanks!

Kind regards,
Alaric

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