Maximilian Gass wrote:
On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 03:17:41PM +0200, Giorgos D. Pallas wrote:I am running debian testing, and I am experiencing lately this (hopefully) non-destructive problem:This problem is non-destructive and normal.Now, this 'Can't deactivate volume group', always happened, and I guess it is because the root filesystem is still used after LVM shuts down. If someone knows why this happens, plz tell me!Yes, the LV with / on it can't be disabled, so it fails.
And why doesn't it first unmount root fs and then disable the LV? I guess the answer to this is that root fs is not unmounted but rather remounted read-only, so it would fail again... Is that it? (I am relatively new to linux and I want to make sure I understand this correctly...)
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