[linux-lvm] 2.2.15 Kernel LVM 0.8 vgscan -- invalid i/o proto
mike at msede.com
Thu May 11 23:51:56 UTC 2000
> You don't need a newer kernel. The format changed between <= 0.8 and 0.8final.
> You have to re-create your physical volumes and to re-compile the new lvm-utils.
As far as i recall the physical format should be the same. Only the
format of the data exchanged between kernel and user mode was changed.
So using user-mode tools which are compatible with the LVM kernel
components should be sufficient - no re-creation of PVs or other
drastic options should be required.
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