[TriLUG] LVM problems
rvestal at trilug.org
Mon Apr 19 10:40:34 EDT 2004
Well I think I'm screwed. vgscan says "Can't get data of Volume Group
"Volume00" from physical volume(s)"...Sounds like one or more disks crashed,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee" <elfick at trilug.org>
To: "Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list" <trilug at trilug.org>
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 10:35 AM
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] LVM problems
> But the volume group does exist doesn't it?
> If you boot with an LVM enabled live-cd or rescue CD of some sort, run;
> vgchange -a y /dev/Volume00
> won't that activate your volume group?
> Roy Vestal wrote:
> >The problem is, the drives are seen as part of a volume group that of
> >does not exist. I'm trying to figure out how to create the volume group
> >since they say they are in a volume group, it won't let me add them.
> >Is there a way to remove the "bit" or whatever is stored on the drive
> >shows they are part of a vg? or am I totally SOL? If that's the case, I'm
> >not really impressed with the "power" of LVM.
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