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Recovering from LVM Mirror Failure

LVM Administrator's Guide

What is an Highly Available LVM (HA LVM) configuration and how I implement it?



Snapshot:
lvcreate --size 100m --snapshot --name snap --permission r --verbose /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00


 1058  dmsetup remove /dev/vg01
1061 dmsetup remove vg01-linux_pokus_1_5G
1062 cd /sys/block/dm-0/dev
1063 cat /sys/block/dm-0/dev
1064 cat /sys/block/dm-0/stat
1065 cat /sys/block/dm-0/uevent
1066 cat /sys/block/dm-0/dev
1067 cat /sys/block/dm-0/holders/
1068 cd /dev/vg01/
1069 ls -la
1070 rm linux_pokus_1_5G
1071 ls -la
1072 cd ..
1073 ls -la
1074 ls vg01/
1075 rm -rf vg01/
1076 ls -la
1077 lvs
1084 lvreduce --removemissing
1091 ll /dev/mapper/vg01-linux_pokus_1_5G
1092 rm /dev/mapper/vg01-linux_pokus_1_5G
1093 lvs
1100 pvcreate /dev/sde
1101 pvcreate /dev/sdf
1102 vgcreate vg01 /dev/sde /dev/sdf
1107 lvcreate -n sbs2008_programs_and_data_90G -L 90G vg01
1112 lvs
1113 lvremove /dev/vg01/sbs2008_programs_and_data_90G


Display disks in volume group
vgdisplay -v vg01 


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