[linux-lvm] kernel oops.
twickell at clio.dlib.indiana.edu
Tue Nov 23 16:47:28 UTC 1999
I am unsure which driver redhat 6.1 is using for ips. I guess I'll just
have to 1.0 and see if I notice a difference. I'm glad somebody got this
working with the same configuration, it gives me hope. :)
It acts like it is a version before the they patched a kernel oops bug
that is noted in the ips.c file.
On Fri, 19 Nov 1999, Matthias G. Eckermann wrote:
> Hi all out there,
> On Fri, Nov 19, 1999 at 04:35:25PM -0500, Rusty Wickell wrote:
> > I am installing lvm on a netfinity 5000 using the IBM ServeRAID card.
> What release of IPS-driver do You use? 1.0? (this is fine).
> We are running LVM 0.7 on a NetFinitiy 5000-20 with ServeRAID
> for about 6 weeks without any problems.
> > I have set up a logical paritition with hardware RAID5 that is seen by linux
> > as /dev/sdb . I was able to pvcreate,vgcreate fine.
> Mh, hopefully You set up real partitions before using pvcreate!?
> That means: the PV should be on /dev/sdb1, not on /dev/sdb!
> If not, you do have a real problem :-(#)
> > But when I went to lvcreate -L5000 -nreallv realvg. It gave the kernel
> > ooops. 'Got lvm request?' and just hung there.
> The LVM-kernel driver says:
> * this one never should be called...
> static void lvm_dummy_device_request(void)
> "%s -- oops, got lvm request?\n", lvm_name);
> Well, I did not check, but I think, switches and parameters
> should be separated by space, i.e.:
> lvcreate -L 5000 -n reallv realvg
> > Is there something I should know about putting this on top of a hardware
> > raid5 device. I don't think it should matter since this is hidden from the
> > os, the os only sees the sdb1 device for use with lvm.
> Hope, these hints are helpful
> best regards
> Matthias Eckermann
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