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Re: Jessie unable to start lvm2 on boot (raspbian)

* Jari Fredriksson <jarif@iki.fi> [2016-03-27 14:02 +0300]:

> arian kirjoitti 17.3.2016 17:50:
> >raspbian is not mainline debian. Maybe ask on raspbian support channels?
> >
> >>vgchange -a y
> >>service lvm2 start
> >>mount -a
> >
> >why the service lvm2 start? is lvm service disabled?
> >
> >please provide output of those commands.
> >
> >>Every time after a reboot the boot sequence aborts and sshd is not up
> >>(maybe because the /home is an lvm2-partition...)
> >
> >sshd should not bother about /home not being available. default setups
> >won't find users' authorized keys anymore obviously.
> Output from those commands is expected: the services start.
> They do not start on boot for *some reason I'm trying to figure out here in
> this post*. The "fix" to make the services startable seems to be the
> "vgchange -a". The boot process just cancels and no services will be up,
> including the sshd...
> But why is this like it is...

cat /etc/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-top/vgscan

vgchange -ay

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