[linux-lvm] 15 snapshot limit?
ldickson at cuttedge.com
Wed Sep 3 14:25:39 UTC 2008
It's MAX LV 0 which I suppose means unlimited (or default?) - though I can't
seem to find it documented anywhere. I'll check out Milan's upgrades. A
"magic formula" sure would be nice, as an unpredictable limit on the number
of snapshots is pretty annoying for a customer product. I wonder if
something is following a "grab half of what's left" strategy; that would
explain a near-independence of memory. There ought to be a way to require
ALL resources to be statically assigned.
On 9/3/08, Ehud Karni <ehud at unix.mvs.co.il> wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Sep 2008 15:19:53 -0700, Larry Dickson wrote:
> > in my case 15 is the max
> > snapshot count, not 32.
> I followed this thread from the beginning and I have a simple question.
> What is your Maximum Logical Volume number ?
> Check it with `vgdisplay' at the "MAX LV" line.
> If this is the real problem, you can change it with `vgchange'.
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