[linux-lvm] Moving a lvm volume to a new computer

malahal at us.ibm.com malahal at us.ibm.com
Wed Sep 24 15:43:49 UTC 2008

The following links should help you.



francois at saidi-oliver.com [francois at saidi-oliver.com] wrote:
> Hi,
> I am little bit new to lvm concept but i've set up a lvm volume on a raid1
> as follow :
> i have two physical disks sda and sdb. They have both 2 partitions which
> makes the md0 and md1 of the raid. I've set up the /boot on the md0 and an
> lvm (called RaidLvm) on md1 (with 4 partitions /, /usr, /home and /var).
> Everything works fine. The problem began when i added a bunch of two disks
> (hda and hdb) with no raid but a large lvm partition over the two of them
> (called data) (this lvm comes from a previous computer).
> When i try to boot, the kernel finds the data lvm but cannot find the
> RaidLvm
> and just stops booting...
> I've tried to export the data lvm, but that doens't help...
> Any idea?
> Thanks,
> Franky
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