[linux-lvm] probable lvm thin_pool exhaustion
maiski at maiski.net
maiski at maiski.net
Wed Mar 11 17:24:26 UTC 2020
i am a total newbie besides the general knowledge of lvm.
With this disclaimer written I have the following problem,
which may def need some expert knowledge of lvm, because i couldn't
find solutions online for now :/
I am booting my system (in my case is Qubes, but I suppose that does
not matter at this point)
and after entering my luks password get to the dracut emergency shell.
"Check for pool qubes-dom/pool00 failed (status:1). Manual repair required!"
The only aclive lv is qubes_dom0/swap.
All the others are inactive.
lvm vgscan vgchange -ay
lvm lvconvert --repair qubes_dom0/pool00
using default stripesize 64.00 KiB.
Terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
what(): transaction_manager::new_block() couldn't allocate new block
Child 7212 exited abnormally
Repair of thin metadata volume of thin pool qubes_dom0/pool00 failed
(status:1). Manual repair required!
since i suspect that my lvm is full (though it does mark 15 g as free)
i tried the following changes in the /etc/lvm/lvm.conf
thin_pool_autoextend_threshold = 80
thin_pool_autoextend_percent = 2 (Since my the pvs output gives PSize:
465.56g Pfree 15.78g, I set this to 2% to be overly cautious not to
extend beyond the 15 G marked as free, since idk)
auto_activation_volume_list = to hold the group, root, pool00, swap
and a vm that would like to delete to free some space
volume_list = the same as auto_activation_volume_list
and tried step 1 again, did not work, got the same result as above
with qubes_swap as active only
step 3 tried
lvextend -L+1G qubes_dom0/pool00_tmeta
metadata reference count differ for block xxxxxx, expected 0, but got 1 ...
Check for pool qubes-dom/pool00 failed (status:1). Manual repair required!
Since I do not know my way around lvm, what do you think, would be the
best way out of this?
Adding another external PV? migrating to a bigger PV?
I did not play with backup or achive out of fear to loose any
unbackuped data which happens to be a bit :|
Any help will be highly appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
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