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Old 11-15-2012, 03:24 AM   #1
sheelnidhipandey
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Move volume group(lvm) to another system using ISCSI


How to move lvm group volume to another system in the network using iscsi.
I tried lvm export and import method, but exported volume is not showing in the other system. Actually from the first system it is exporting and the second system volume is not showing, using the pvscan command.
I am using redhat 5.7 OS,
 
  


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