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Re: LVM - dead disk

On Sat, 2006-04-01 at 20:04 -0800, Alex Malinovich wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-03-31 at 22:25 +0200, Chris Searle wrote:
> --snip--
> > Vol group vg0 consisted of hda3, hdb1 and hdc1 (the plusses and  
> > minuses of this idea I'm well aware of - at the time it seemed  
> > appropriate for what I was trying to get working).
> > 
> > Now - hdc burnt out (real smoke, smell of burning plastic, nasty  
> > clicking noises afterwards if you power it).
> > 
> > So - on boot - lvm can't find vg0.
> > 
> > I've inspected the metadata - and it confirms what I thought
> > 
> > The pv's on hdc1 were a single data storage partition - no /usr, no / 
> > var etc etc.
> > 
> > So - the usr, var, home etc partitions are fine.
> --snip--
> > Is there any way to tell lvm2 that the disk is gone? That the  
> > metadata file is the correct version?
> I'd start by looking at vgreduce and work up from there. And you're
> lucky that you didn't get too greedy with using all of those spindles. I
> would have striped all of my lv's across all three drives, and then I
> would have been up a creek without a spindle. ;)

Sorry, I just now realized that my threading was broken and I didn't see
any of the previous responses to the thread.

Alex Malinovich
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