[linux-lvm] metadata device too small
g.danti at assyoma.it
Mon Jan 13 14:32:56 UTC 2020
On 12/01/20 19:11, Zdenek Kabelac wrote:
> With 16G there is 'problem' (not yet resolved known issue) with
> different max size used by thin_repair (15.875G) & lvm2 (15.8125G) tools.
> If you want to go with current max size supported by lvm2 - use the
> value -L16192M.
just for confirmation: so using a 16 GiB thin metadata volume *will*
result in activation problems? For example, a
lvcreate --thin system --name thinpool -L 100G --poolmetadatasize 16G
will be affected by the problem you wrote above?
Finally, does it means that lvmthin man page is wrong when stating that
"Thin pool metadata LV sizes can be from 2MiB to 16GiB" (note the GiB
suffix rather than GB)?
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