[linux-lvm] pvmove --abort

Matthias Leopold matthias.leopold at meduniwien.ac.at
Tue Jan 28 14:34:46 UTC 2020

Am 27.01.20 um 17:22 schrieb Matthias Leopold:
> Hi,
> I consciously used "pvmove --abort" for the first time now and I'm 
> astonished it doesn't behave like described in the man page. No matter 
> if I've used "--atomic" for the original command, when I interrupt the 
> process with "pvmove --abort" lvm always completely rolls back my copy 
> operation. I would expect that if I don't use "--atomic" then "--abort" 
> will result in "segments that have been moved will remain on the 
> destination PV, while unmoved segments will remain on the source PV" 
> (from man page). Am I missing something?
> I'm using CentOS 7.7.
thx for answers. apparently I misunderstood the "--atomic" and "--abort" 


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