[linux-lvm] vg disappeared after replacing disc in raid10
bjrnfrdnnd at gmail.com
Mon Mar 25 21:50:58 UTC 2013
Well, I see I would have to remove the volume group first, at the very
Should I just issue
sudo vgremove vol0
sudo pvremove /dev/127
and followed by
sudo pvcreate --uuid WFo1On-anFb-2av8-DuRq-vKee-nJEt-ZLnu26 --restorefile
But I would just be back in the middle of my problem description on
ubuntuforums, wouldn' t I?
Still no volume group, still no logical volumes...
On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 9:30 PM, Stuart D Gathman <stuart at bmsi.com> wrote:
> Long ago, Nostradamus foresaw that on 03/25/2013 04:46 PM, Björn
> Nadrowski would write:
> > Recreation of the volume group seemed a good idea as I only had one
> volume group on the pv and therefore I did not see how this could have
> destroyed anything.
> > The (human-readable) data at the beginning of the device /dev/md127 is
> still there and does display the same information. Please see my posting
> Recreating the vg overwrites the human-readable data at the beginning of
> the device. You claim that it is "still there" and is the "same
> information". But this cannot be true because originally that
> information had your LV data, and now (apparently) it does not. Do you
> see your LVs when looking at the vg metadata with an editor?? What do
> you mean by "displays the same information"? Does lvs list your LVs?
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> read the LVM HOW-TO at http://tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/
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