[linux-lvm] pvmove abort
sebastian.walter at fu-berlin.de
Thu Sep 11 14:31:54 UTC 2008
"pvmove --abort" solved the problem. It cleaned the mirrored LV and
everything looks sane now. Thank you very much!
Alasdair G Kergon wrote:
> pvmove --abort is the correct way to stop a pvmove.
> Then see how much got moved and decide if you want to pvmove it back.
> The man page explains how it works, but the data moving happens in
> the kernel - in the background if you like - and after the move begins,
> the 'pvmove' process just monitors progress and tidies up when the
> kernel has finished what it's been asked to do.
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