[linux-lvm] Volume group inconsistent
macdutra at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 18:00:34 UTC 2015
Thank you Eric,
Your help are welcome. I'm not an expert on LVM, but if I know something to
solve the problem, I will help them. I participated on Debian-users list,
squid, qmail and ldap, now I'm migrating my technical knowledge to LVM,
openstack and distributed file system like ceph, it's a new world for me.
I'm studying my case yet, all disks are over SAN IBM storage, so hdparm in
my case will not work at all. Unfortunately I don't have any support on OS
system (Centos), if I find something new I will post here.
2015-02-13 18:37 GMT-02:00 service hofman <service.hofman at googlemail.com>:
> Say something about yourself
> would you like to do something,
> more for others.
> are you able to help you,
> the problem is not knowing.
> but the time spent.
> as to what should be excellent .
> what you are doing nothing,
> what you can do for others.
> LVM is a good start.
> but much remains to be done.
> look on the transport speed ,
> your hdd . what you are doing is pointless.
> why ?
> a transport speed of the system.
> my to 6Gb/s copy file
> hdd has 4Gb/s copy file
> ? check speed system and hdd.
> and tell me that I could change
> Now, ...
> Before you change anything,
> See how it works. Do not test .
> You have always help Adding sutfix --help
> or use the performance
> prefix man
> And always cheak
> /usr/share/doc/ and read all the book
> Install every doc book
> By test recovery Hdd is Not LVM
> try not give to mount for system LVM,
> Because you lost again ....
> Install hdparm
> hdparm -h --help.
> Ask for speed.
> Hdparm -Tt
> Hdparm -iI
> fdisk /dev/sdX
> pvs -o pv_all,gv_all,lv_all,seg_all
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