AW: [linux-lvm] Activation problem with vgremove
MFranke at evendi.de
Sat Nov 26 08:13:11 UTC 2005
Ok, had my timeframe, rebooted the server but still the volumegroup
is marked as active. I cannot remove it :(
How can this be and how can I change this? I need to remove the lvm
from the drive. And I want it to happen the clean way.
Not just fdisking it from the drive and let the informations of the lvm
remain somewhere in the config..
Von: linux-lvm-bounces at redhat.com im Auftrag von Marcus Franke
Gesendet: Fr 25.11.2005 13:49
An: linux-lvm at redhat.com
Betreff: [linux-lvm] Activation problem with vgremove
I am doing a reconfiguration of one of my servers and am facing
the following problem:
I have one disk using the lvm.
On this disk there is one volumegroup which had two logical
I unmounted those volumes and tried to lvremove them. The
first one went down the river without a problem. The second
one I was not able to lvremove it, after a reboot of the
machine, I could remove the logical volume.
Now, I have the problem I want to delete the volume group
too, but vgremove fails like the logical volume. Somewhere
it is marked as active.
[root at master]/mnt# vgremove -v Volume01
vgremove -- locking logical volume manager
vgremove -- checking volume group name "Volume01"
vgremove -- checking volume group "Volume01" activity
vgremove -- ERROR: can't remove active volume group "Volume01"
System is RHEL3 with kernel:
2.4.21-37.ELsmp #1 SMP Wed Sep 7 13:28:55 EDT 2005 i686 i686 i386
Where can I remove the active flag for the volume group? As I do not
want to reboot the machine again as the next timeframe for reboot will
not before tomorrow morning.
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