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Re: partman problems (sparc and elsewhere)

In article <20041129172208.GA22734@logic.fmi.uni-sofia.bg> 
anton@lml.bas.bg writes:
>> Choosing another menu item that fails totaly can get it back to a
>> consistant state.  Choosing a menu item that partly succeds (such as
>> lvm) can make things even crazier.
>Can you give more details about this?

I was able to create a volume group, but not logical volumes.
When I deleted the physical volumes and created ext3 partitions,
I wound up with what was showing as a bunch of physical volumes.

(Maybe part of the problem was I was trying to use the entire disk as
a physical volume, which overwrote the disk label.)

Blars Blarson			blarson@blars.org
With Microsoft, failure is not an option.  It is a standard feature.

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