[linux-lvm] Big question ...
martial.paupe at nagra.com
Wed Nov 22 23:48:38 UTC 2006
Ok I'm in origin state no. I will sleep now and tomorow I will study my
Many thanks for your help. Unluckly I can't offer to you a big beer ;-)
On Thursday 23 November 2006 00:10, Bryn M. Reeves wrote:
> Martial Paupe wrote:
> > Hello Bryn,
> > On Wednesday 22 November 2006 23:29, Bryn M. Reeves wrote:
> > I think that you speak about LVM2. I use RHES 3.5 and the version of lvm
> > are lvm-1.0.8-14.
> Yes, I was referring to LVM2. LVM1 doesn't have the --removemissing flag
> to vgreduce.
> By default LVM1 should make a backup of the volume group metadata before
> the vgextend command adds a new PV- it's worth checking /etc/lvmconf to
> see if you can restore the old metadata.
> Use vgcfgrestore -f <file> -n <vgname> -ll to see the physical & logical
> volumes in the backups and restore from the last good one (only the
> metadata is restored - data in the LVs remains unchanged).
> See the man page for vgcfgbackup/vgcfgrestore for more details.
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