[linux-lvm] Saying goodbye to LVM

John Stoffel john at stoffel.org
Fri Feb 2 02:49:58 UTC 2018

If you think zfs will be the answer... then good luck.  So where did a new PV come from that had the same UUID as the existing ones?  Basically the more details you give... then we can try to help.

But in any case, good luck.

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> On Feb 1, 2018, at 11:45 AM, Xen <list at xenhideout.nl> wrote:
> You are probably happy about this, but...
> I managed to get LVM to corrupt my data on Ubuntu Xenial 3 times now.
> All of that is related to:
> - LVM not checking or behaving correctly when a duplicate PV appears
> - LVM not checking or behaving correctly when a cache volume is out of sync with its origin.
> In addition the thin DM target of kernel 3.x was so buggy I couldn't compile anything big without the system hanging.
> I will probably become a ZFS user.
> Goodbye, and thanks for all the fish.
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