[linux-lvm] aborted pvmove; how to remove locked LV "pvmove0"
Randall A. Jones
rajones at svs.gsfc.nasa.gov
Wed Nov 2 04:12:20 UTC 2005
I started a pvmove that was interrupted before it was finished.
lvdisplay reports that the pvmove0 LV is still there. Looking in
/etc/lvm/backup/vg0 shows that pvmove0 is locked. If I try to use
lvremove pvmove0, it fails stating that it is locked.
Is there a way to unlock a locked LV? Or is there a way to tell LVM
that the pvmove operation is no longer needed so it will clean up?
Randall Jones GST NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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