[linux-lvm] Totally confused
stuart4m at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 1 11:29:03 UTC 2004
Worked like a charm! Thank you.
Originally I had it mounted off /opt , but somehow mucked it up when I recreated it.
Lance Dillon <ldillon at sk-tech.com> wrote:
On Wed, 31 Dec 2003, Stuart Felenstein wrote:
> I thought I understood LVM and set it up correctly on
> my /dev/hda3. Somethings is wrong though. Here is
> the output from lvdisplay:
> LV Name /dev/Volume00/videos
> VG Name Volume00
> LV Write Access read/write
> LV Status available
> LV# 1
> #open 1
> LV Size 68.67 GB
> Current LE 17579
> Allocated LE 17579
> Allocation next free
> Read ahead sectors 1024
> Block device 58:0
> After the LV was created I did
> mkfs ext3 -m 0 -T largefile /dev/Volume00/videos
> Oddities (to me), I try to cd /dev/Volume00/videos - I
> get a no directory. cd to /dev/Volume00 is
> acccessible and can be written to.
> I assumed that i was going to have a videos partition
> with 68.67 GB available. It looks like I have about
> 10 megs or something like that as 5 minutes of mpgeg
> gave me a "device out of space".
> This is lvm 1.08 , straight from kernel 2.4.23
> Am I just not doing something correct here?
The problem is that /dev/Volume00/videos is not the directory, but the
device that you mount onto a directory. Try this instead:
mke2fs -j -T largefile -m 0 /dev/Volume000/videos
mount -t ext3 /dev/Volume00/videos /videos
This mounts the /dev/Volume00/videos lv onto the location /videos. You
can mount it anywhere you like, of course.
Now you can write your files under /videos.
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