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meekrob
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VG issue

Hello Everyone,

 

lately im having an issue with an already created Volume Group on my system.

The fact is, that i need to re-activate the VG after every system restart.

I already checked the /etc/fstab and it already contains an entry for the specified VG and its corresponding lvols.

Any suggestion plz?

 

Rgds

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pradeep m
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Re: VG issue

Hi,

 

Check the following:

  • Make sure the automatic volume group activation flag "AUTO_VG_ACTIVATE" is enabled in /etc/lvmrc file. 

Example:

# cat /etc/lvmrc

.......

AUTO_VG_ACTIVATE=1  --> auto vg activation is enabled here. 

 

  • Make sure there is no customized volume group activation defined in /etc/lvmrc file. 

Example:

# cat /etc/lvmrc

......

custom_vg_activation()
{
# e.g. /sbin/vgchange -a y -s
# parallel_vg_sync "/dev/vg00 /dev/vg01"
# parallel_vg_sync "/dev/vg02 /dev/vg03"

return 0
}

 

  • Check the /etc/rc.log for any lvm errors 

 

Regards,
Pradeep

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meekrob
Super Advisor

Re: VG issue

Thanks for your reply.

I'll check on this meanwhile thread considered closed.