[linux-lvm] Is it possible to split a mirrored logical volumes in two differents VG

laurent.nicol at orange-ftgroup.com laurent.nicol at orange-ftgroup.com
Mon Feb 25 16:09:49 UTC 2008


        I try to split a mirrorred logical volume in two différents 
volumes groups either by using directly vgsplit or by using lvconvert. In 
each cas i have problems.

        using vgsplit directly, (vgsplit myvg mynewvg /dev/sdd /dev/sde), 
the mynewvg is not good and no Lv can be access on it.
        If i use lvconvert -m0 /dev/vgtest/myvg, then i get linear logical 
volume on /dev/sdb /dev/sdc and free PE on /dev/sdd /dev/sde.

        Is it possible to do it as we do on HpUx LVM ?

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Laurent NICOL
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