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Re: Ignite

 
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pgorn
Frequent Advisor

Ignite

save_config:error-unknown disk type for not SCSI or HPFL
save_config:error-cannot determine root disk

I am using /dev/rmt/0m
when I do a bdf / is lvol3
I am on 11.00
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John Dvorchak
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: Ignite

Can you post the output of:
vgdisplay -v
and
strings /etc/lvmtab

I susspect you have a corrupted lvmtab file and need to resore it with vgscan after you save the old /etc/lvmtab file to lvmtab.sav or something like that.
If it has wheels or a skirt, you can't afford it.
John Dvorchak
Honored Contributor

Re: Ignite

sorry the correct vgscan would have the -a switch:

vgscan -a
If it has wheels or a skirt, you can't afford it.
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Ignite

Shalom,

strings /etc/lvmtab

If all as well there, it may merely be a bug.

I found removing vxvm fixed these errors.

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