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Old 05-05-2004, 06:05 PM   #1
TomF
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Activating LVM Volume Groups at startup


I have created an LVM VG in Redhat Fedora Core 1. When I reboot, it goes inactive. I can activate it with the vgchange command, but this command should be issued automatically during startup.

I think that configuring this involves putting a script into /etc, but I have been unable to determine where. The more I Google, the more confused I get.

Do I create an LVM script file with just the vgchange command in it? If so, where should I put it?
 
  


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