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Old 11-24-2009, 06:04 AM   #1
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LVM: LV Status NOT Available, after reboot.


I feel guilty posting this since there are numerous posts around with similar problems, however, I don't believe a solution exists.

Specifically, I'm running CentOS4. I've implemented LVM, and it's been running fine up until the last update I did. After a reboot the logical volumes come up with a status "NOT Available", and fail to be mounted as part of the boot process. After the boot process, I'm able to "lvchange -ay ..." to make the logical volumes "available" then mount them. From that point everything seems to work fine.

What I did before the logical volumes stopped mounting during bootup is an update from the repos. Here's a list of what was changed:

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Nov 23 18:52:40 Updated: libvorbis.i386 1:1.1.0-3.el4_8.3
Nov 23 18:52:42 Updated: wget.i386 1.10.2-1.el4_8.1
Nov 23 18:53:13 Installed: kernel.i686 2.6.9-89.0.16.EL
Nov 23 18:53:15 Updated: kernel-utils.i386 1:2.4-20.el4
Nov 23 18:53:15 Updated: httpd-suexec.i386 2.0.52-41.ent.6.centos4
Nov 23 18:53:17 Updated: httpd.i386 2.0.52-41.ent.6.centos4
I really want to avoid a work around that involves me inserting "lvchange -ay ..." in some script as part of the boot process. Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated.
 
Old 11-25-2009, 04:01 PM   #2
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Hi,

use vgchange -ay instead of lvchange -ay.
this should work even after the reboot.
 
Old 11-25-2009, 06:09 PM   #3
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Hi,

use vgchange -ay instead of lvchange -ay.
this should work even after the reboot.
The volume groups status was always "resizable", no change. But I tried it anyway, and there was no effect. Can you please explain how this is supposed to work?
 
  


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