[linux-lvm] PV#s are not unique
peter at palfrader.org
Tue Dec 11 12:28:02 UTC 2001
On Tue, 11 Dec 2001, Heinz J . Mauelshagen wrote:
> But anyway:
> you need to read te first sector of
> Change unsigned int value (4 byte) at decimal offset 432 to 5 for bus1
> and to 7 for bus0 which should give you unique numbering of PVs and store
> them back to the corresponding disks.
Thank you for your reply, I did this. PVids are unique now, but vgscan
still does not find and activate the volume group.
Do you have something else I could try?
I think of trying to restore the metadata on all PVs using vgcfgrestore
since I have a few copies of vg_stuff.conf in /etc/lvmconf. Would this
be a stupid idea?
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