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Old 07-12-2005, 10:36 AM   #1
Registered: Jan 2005
Location: Venezuela
Distribution: Ubuntu 5.10 64bits
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LVM doesn't recognize VolGroup00 at boot time Ubuntu 64 bits


I have Fedora Core 3 on a SATA Hard Drive, and I recently tryed Ubuntu Live CD which automatically detected my VolGroup00 and LogVols of the FC3 system. I liked the Ubuntu way, so I decided to install it on my other HD and begin migriting stuff from one HD to the other...

So... I installed Ubuntu AMD 64 and it doesn't recognize my FC3 VolGroup at boot time, so I can't mount it with fstab at boot time either, every time I boot I have to "vgscan" "vgchange -ay", I even tryed putting those lines on the /etc/init.d/lvm script but that didn't worked either, the vgscan don't find anything... so... What should I do?? I don't want to put it on rc.local or something like that, I want to be able to automatically configure the VolGroup at a mounting point with fstab.

Why the Live CD get it and the Installation doesn't??

Thanks for any help...

Last edited by HellSpawn; 07-12-2005 at 10:38 AM.
Old 07-13-2005, 07:53 PM   #2
Registered: Jan 2005
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Distribution: Ubuntu 5.10 64bits
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Maybe I ask the wrong question :S!!

I want to know how to make it recognize my LVMs and mount them with fstab at boot time

Thanks for any help!!


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