[linux-lvm] udev rules do not create partition entries when an lvm lv is partitioned
me at joejulian.name
Fri Sep 4 18:18:26 UTC 2015
Yes, I'm aware of all the arguments against even doing this, but I have
my reasons for doing it this way.
When you create a partition on an lv:
sgdisk /dev/vg1/lv1 -n 0:0:0
there is no udev rule to create the partition entry, '/dev/vg1/lv1p1'
(for instance). For my immediate use case, this causes ceph-disk to fail
as it cannot find the partition as it's expecting to find the device
name with a new "1" at the end. Any suggestions on how I could make this
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