[linux-lvm] / on LVM - what to do on shutdown?
fl at fl.priv.at
Mon Nov 6 11:24:23 UTC 2000
I have a problem because I don't know what to do when / is on lvm.
Currently /sbin/init.d/halt does the following (/ is not on lvm):
echo "Unmounting file systems"
umount -avt noproc,nonfs
umount -anvt proc
if test -d /etc/lvmtab.d -a -x /sbin/vgchange ; then
/sbin/vgchange -a n
mount -no remount,ro / 2> /dev/null
halt -d -f
Now what if / is on lvm? Should I really call "/sbin/vgchange -a n" ?
What are with the commands afterwards will they fail or might
the lvm device get mixed up because of not correctly closing it?
Or should I load a ramdisk to do the work, if at all possible?
I think the md-Device does a clean shutdown by itself, because
I use md to create a raid1 with lvm on top?
PS: You might gess that I'm using SuSE Linux, 7.0 to precise.
The kernel ist 2.4.0-test10.
MfG / Regards
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