[linux-lvm] Cannot create a Volume Group
feruza at terra.es
Wed Dec 22 23:34:48 UTC 2004
I solved my problem. The issue was that I had not applied the device
mapper patch to my kernel. I did it and every thing worked right.
El mié, 15-12-2004 a las 01:29, Fernando Ruza escribió:
> El mié, 15-12-2004 a las 01:08, Alasdair G Kergon escribió:
> > On Wed, Dec 15, 2004 at 12:36:55AM +0100, Fernando Ruza wrote:
> > > Everything seems to be create properly, however when now I'm trying to
> > > activate the volume group or to scan it, it says it cannot found it:
> > > sol:~# vgchange -a y vg1
> > > Unable to find volume group "vg1"
> > > sol:~# vgscan
> > > No volume groups found
> > > lvm2 2.00.29-1
> > Firstly, there's a bug in pvcreate 2.00.29 (it'll sometimes fail
> > with an error message when it shouldn't) - upgrade to .31.
> Well, I don't think is the version. I've just upgrade to 2.00.29 before
> writing to the list and with the version I had before it happened the
> > Use -vvv options to see what's going on and why it ignores things.
> > e.g. pvscan --partial -vvv
> After doing the pvcreate /dev/hda1 /dev/hda4 /dev/hdb1, pvscan --partial
> -vvv lists me all the devices y /dev and at the end says:
> PV /dev/hda1 lvm2 [7,96 GB]
> PV /dev/hda4 lvm2 [15,48 GB]
> PV /dev/hdb1 lvm2 [3,00 GB]
> Total: 3 [26,44 GB] / in use: 0 [0 ] / in no VG: 3 [26,44 GB]
> After doing the vgcreate /dev/vg1 /dev/hda1 /dev/hda4 /dev/hdb1,
> vgscan --partial -vvv lists me all the devices y /dev and at the end
> says: No volume groups found
> The device /dev/vg1 is not created although vgcreate says Volume group
> "vg1" successfully created.
> > Alasdair
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