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Re: vgrename using fc6 rescue [redux]

Tod wrote:
I made it to the command prompt and typed in lvm vgscan, no volume groups are found. fdisk -l sees all my drives/partitions.

What do I need to do to get it to recognize my volume group so I can rename it?

Sorry, poorly formed question.  Let me try again.

I'm trying to rename my volume group. I have one drive with a non-LVM boot partition and then the rest of the drive is LVM'ed, I have another drive on the box - single partition, entirely LVM'ed.

From all indications I should be able to boot up with the fc6 rescue cd, do a vgrename, change the /etc/fstab and grub.conf to reflect the new name and life is good.

So I booted up with the rescues cd, did not enable the network, skipped the search for fedora installations, and ended up with a command prompt.

At this point I should just be able to do a
- lvm vgscan
- lvm vgrename

I can't get past vgscan, it doesn't find any volume groups. If I try vgrename --test oldname newname it fails because it still can't find any volume groups.

ls /dev shows nothing volume group related. vgscan --mknodes, and vgmknodes both do nothing.

This has to be something stupid I'm not doing but I am at a loss. Given the VolGroup00 naming the fedora applies by default I can't imagine this hasn't come up a lot yet none of the solutions I have found are applicable. Can anybody point me in the right direction?


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