[linux-lvm] recursion in lvol prepared as physical partittion
H.Rohenkohl at hetnet.nl
Wed Aug 16 07:08:41 UTC 2017
1) create vg test
2) create lvol test/virtual_device
3) pvcreate test/virtual_device
4) (with trickery) install debian with VG's in virtual_device (that was
5) reboot system
On reboot dmsetup/lvm, ultimately will find the intended partition/lvm
setup.If you wait long enough!. Credit to the guys who wrote this code
as stack depth limit errors/warnings don't seem to break anything.
However on a Ryzen 1700 system with only SSD's, only the call of nature
for a pee, saved me from the misconception that a kernel lockup ocurred.
With virtualization, to prepare a bare metal boot in a disk-image should
be a no brainer. What should it look like to boot 'hdimage containers'
on bare metal:
vmlinuz ro root=WHATEVER hdimage=/dev/$(VGa)/$(virtual
device),/dev/$(VGb)/$(virtual device) hdimage=$("hey kernel, register my
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