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himacs
Super Advisor

vgmodify

Hi ,

<< If vgmodify is interrupted while it is committing the configuration
changes onto the disks, it may be necessary to re-apply the
configuration to all the physical volumes. The
/etc/lvmconf/VG_restore script must used to accomplish this. To
apply the new configuration, enter the following:

/etc/lvmconf/VG_restore /etc/lvmconf/VG.conf

Or to apply the old/original configuration, enter the following:

/etc/lvmconf/VG_restore /etc/lvmconf/VG.conf.old >>

My server is B.11.23.. i did not find /etc/lvmconf/VG_restore in my server..

How to create it..


Regards
himacs
4 REPLIES
James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: vgmodify

Hi:

Substitute the basename of the volume group for which you were running the 'vgmodify' for the 'VG' string. If the volume group was "vg02", use that in place of "VG".

Regards!

...JRF...
TTr
Honored Contributor

Re: vgmodify

The VG_restore script does not exist. It is a back-out script and gets created when you run vgmodify.

Not sure if it is left behind either. It probably gets deleted before vgmodify exits.
himacs
Super Advisor

Re: vgmodify

HI JRF,

Thanks for the response..

The same thing i was checking.. and i didnot find vgname_restore under /etc/lvmconf..


Regards
himacs
TTr
Honored Contributor

Re: vgmodify

> << If vgmodify is interrupted while it is committing the configuration...

You started reading the man page. Check at the very bottom of the man page...