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megerdin 07-02-2007 10:19 AM

Repair LVM partition
 
hi !
I hv a LVM partition in my machine. I just replace one HDD by new one. and boot my linux. In boot time it says
starting udev: No such user root
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and many other error.........
Mysql is readonly file system

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apachey no such user


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at the last i can't logon as even as root in mu machine.
I think my lvm has broken.

can anyone help me to repair my LVM without any data


plz i m very upset......... plz .................

SlacUser 07-02-2007 11:57 AM

Did you take out a HDD and put another one?

Did you had a partition mounted on that drive?

megerdin 07-02-2007 11:48 PM

Repair LVM partition
 
Oh ! i m sorry!!!!!!!!

u right.

yea I take out a HDD and put another one

Yea I had a partition mounted on that drive

nOw what to do plz.

SlacUser 07-03-2007 12:12 PM

Seems that you take out a partition within files of the operative system.

I think the best way to make your system works is reinstalling the operative system.

Did you got information you want to recover from the disk drive??
What you can do is to install the system in a separate partition, and mount the old disk drives to extract the information.

megerdin 07-04-2007 07:08 AM

thanks a lot. I already install OS in a new partition and backup my necessary file. But can't rescue my previous system. thanks again.

vitaliok 02-20-2009 03:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by megerdin (Post 2810285)
thanks a lot. I already install OS in a new partition and backup my necessary file. But can't rescue my previous system. thanks again.


Hi there man!


Look please the LVM creation in 5 minutes. easy and secure.


http://www.walkernews.net/2007/07/02...-in-3-minutes/




Tell me your response.

gergely89 02-20-2009 03:36 PM

There are several tools for dealing with LVM volumes.

pvs - find volume group
lvdisplay - find volume name
vgscan, pvscan, lvscan - diagnostic tools
vgcfgbackup - backup tool

see the man page, if you have these tools installed

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megerdin 02-24-2009 08:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vitaliok (Post 3450760)
Hi there man!


Look please the LVM creation in 5 minutes. easy and secure.


http://www.walkernews.net/2007/07/02...-in-3-minutes/




Tell me your response.

Thanks for the link. Though I don't need any, I check it and was quit helpful.


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