[linux-lvm] VG won't activate upon reboot

Eli Morris emorris at pmc.ucsc.edu
Sun Aug 24 18:35:18 UTC 2008

What OS are you running? I don't know how to fix it, but I have the  
same problem. I'm running Centos 4 Revision 5.


On Aug 24, 2008, at 5:07 AM, Mark Reardon wrote:

> Upon reboot, my VG will not activate, therefore I'm unable to mount  
> the filesystem.
> I have to run a vgchange -ay , then mount the filesystem manually.
> I need the VG to activate on reboot, how do I do this?
> Thanks.
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