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How to take out a volume group out of SG configuration

dictum9
Super Advisor

How to take out a volume group out of SG configuration

Every time the system boots, I have to do this:

 

vgchange -c n /dev/vg01

 

vgchange -a y /dev/vg01

 

mount -a

 

How do I permanently make a VG non-cluster aware? The cluster stuff, the package are not running.

 

 

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Deeos
Regular Advisor

Re: How to take out a volume group out of SG configuration

hi

No need to do eveytime the below commands

vgchange -c n /dev/vg01   - Its means, Now VG is no longer part of Cluster configuration
 

vgchange -a y /dev/vg01  -Its means, your VG is activated as regular VG.
 

mount -a -- It will refer entry with option/flags are set on /etc/fstab file.


you just simply add the entry in /etc/lvmrc file

/sbin/vgchange -a y vg01

and save it out.... next boot time, It wouls automatically activated your VG & mounted your mount poing accordingly.


Do let me know if still you facing this problem.


DEEOS

Deepak