[linux-lvm] vgck seg faulting
B. J. Zolp
bjzolp at wisc.edu
Mon Jan 5 13:56:01 UTC 2004
I recently replaced a failing drive in my lvm1 volume group by doing a
dd from the bad drive to a new drive. However after a few days I can no
longer mount the logical volume. When I try to the mount the volume I
get this output:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/vg0/logical0,
or too many mounted file systems
I have a feeling that the superblock is corrupt.
I tried running vgck, but it seg faults after a point:
vgck -- locking logical volume manager
vgck -- finding all volume group(s)
vgck -- checking volume group name "vg0"
vgck -- checking existence of volume group "vg0"
vgck -- reading volume group data for "vg0" from lvmtab
vgck -- checking volume group consistency of "vg0" in lvmtab
vgck -- VGDA of "vg0" in lvmtab is consistent
vgck -- reading volume group data for "vg0" from physical volume(s)
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Can anyone help me get this mounted again?
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