[linux-lvm] cant mount LV via partition/filesystem labels
Heinz J . Mauelshagen
mauelshagen at sistina.com
Thu Nov 7 11:24:01 UTC 2002
On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 10:20:27AM -0500, Ben Snyder wrote:
> Here's what I've got:
> RH7.2, kernel 2.4.9-34enterprise
> 1 physical volume each on /dev/sda9 and /dev/sdb1
> one logical volume over these two PV's
> I've labeled the filesystem via 'tune2fs' and want to use the label for
> mounting purposes, as is the default with the other (non-LVM) filesystems
> 'vgscan' and 'vgchange -a y' have been performed
> 'vgdisplay' and 'lvdisplay' tell me all is well - everthing is
> read/write and available
> 'fsck' on the physical path reports clean...
> If I attempt to mount via the physical path to the LV, providing the
> mount point, everything works fine
> However, mount refuses to mount via filesystem/partition label,
> regardless if I use '-L' and provide the label or use the mountpoint and
> let mount figure it out on its own from /etc/fstab. I get 'mount: no
> such partition found' (it is in /etc/fstab correctly, already checked that).
> Am I missing something about labels? Maybe some other remedial
> filesystem characteristics/operations that I've missed because of
> cranius-up-rectus (head up a$$).
> Thanks in advance for feedback/suggestions.
say your logical volume path is /dev/vg00/lv01 and that LV
holds your ext2 filesystem.
tune2fs -L Whatever /dev/vg00/lv01 # labels it with volume name "Whatever"
If you have an entry in /etc/fstab like:
/dev/vg00/lv01 /mnt ext2 defaults 1 1
running "mount -L Whatever" should do the trick.
Presumably /mnt exists and the volume group is active.
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