[linux-lvm] "broken" snapshot volume -- how to remove?
hcb at chaoticmind.net
Fri Sep 3 18:21:59 UTC 2004
Once more -- running "lvremove" on a snapshot volume causes a kernel BUG
(see attached file).
- vgck reports no corruption of lvm meta-data
- vgscan (without -D option) crashes as well (though not in the kernel)
What other information can I provide for someone to make sense of this?
I *have* to bring the vg into a consistent state and I urgently need to
drop the snapshot volume -- is there any tool to manipulate lvm purely in
userspace that can simply delete the snapshot volume?
Helge Bahmann <hcb at chaoticmind.net> /| \__
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