[linux-lvm] Replacing failed disk in raid volume without hot spare

Brassow Jonathan jbrassow at redhat.com
Thu Jul 19 16:24:09 UTC 2012

On Jul 18, 2012, at 8:49 AM, Tomas Vanderka wrote:

> Tried all of theese, nothing seems to work
> [root at lvm ~]# lvconvert --repair test/raid6
>  Couldn't find device with uuid jnGEwl-EVqs-yQ0M-rUxa-gLqD-fHNU-AJUKjl.
> Attempt to replace failed RAID images (requires full device resync)? [y/n]: y
>  Insufficient suitable allocatable extents for logical volume : 87 more required
>  Failed to allocate replacement images for test/raid6
>  Failed to replace faulty devices in test/raid6.

could you perhaps attach the verbose output from this command?
e.g.> echo  y | lvconvert --repair test/raid6 -vvvv >& output.txt


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