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Re: LVM problems at boot



On Friday 07 February 2003 10:55, Tom Georgoulias wrote:
> I see the exact same thing, except on a 7.3 system.  When I'm running
> kernels 2.4.18-18 & 2.4.18-24, the default rc.sysinit works.  When I use
> 2.4.18-19, it doesn't.  2.4.18-19 never loads lvm-mod on it's own so
> that /proc/lvm can be created...

LVm won't load at boot time unless your initrd specifies it to.  Like I said 
before, you have to makeinitrd --with=lvm-mod  if you want to force the load 
of LVM modules at boot time.  Once the LVM module is loaded, vgscan works 
just fine during the bootup phase.

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