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donkeypoodle 10-08-2007 10:46 AM

lvm unmounted...?
 
In GParted, my lvm partition is listed as being unmounted, yet obviously i'm saving files onto it, since i'm running Fedora on my HD right now. Should I attempt to mount this drive using Gparted or what?

Brad.Scalio@noaa.gov 10-08-2007 08:01 PM

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Originally Posted by donkeypoodle (Post 2917223)
In GParted, my lvm partition is listed as being unmounted, yet obviously i'm saving files onto it, since i'm running Fedora on my HD right now. Should I attempt to mount this drive using Gparted or what?



I don't use gparted but if you do: lvscan as root you can see if the logical volumes are active, then do a df and see if the corrosponding lvol is mounted to a mount point

I just downloaded gparted and mine shows unmounted as well -- just because it reads the pv differently, pay no attention to it ... use lvscan, pvscan, and vgscan to find out the status of your LVM - gparted I have only used in Knoppix to reformat a drive, not sure why you would use it for daily sysAdmin type of maintenance ... it is dangerous, I wouldn't use it for monitoring.


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