[linux-lvm] telling LVM it's not hda8 anymore but now it's hda7

lvm at ruby.ridersoft.net lvm at ruby.ridersoft.net
Tue Jul 8 08:06:02 UTC 2003

I am not sure I understand excactly what your problem is, but wouldn't scanning with the lvm tools solve your problem ?

vgscan and pvscan should find your lvm volumes, and you can activate them once you've found them right ?

best regards

"Martin Milner" <martin at newdomain.nl> wrote ..
> I am such a noob. I deleted a partition. I had /dev/hda8 in an lvm volume
> but i deleted a lower partition then rebooted. Now i got a kernel panic
> because my /dev/hda9 (my / ) had gone. Running fdisk and fixing the
> partition table nicely made my old /dev/hda9 to /dev/hda8 (and my hda8
> was now hda7). After some
> fumbling around with grub i got it to boot again and most of my installation
> is running again. Except for my LVM stuff
> I need to tell LVM that there no longer is a /dev/hda8, that it is now
> /dev/hda7. Without losing my data.
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