I am in desperate need for LVM data rescue for my server.
I have an VG call vg_hosting consisting of 4 PVs each contained in a
separate hard drive (/dev/sda1, /dev/sdb1, /dev/sdc1, and /dev/sdd1).
And this LV: lv_home was created to use all the space of the 4 PVs.
Right now, the third hard drive is damaged; and therefore the third PV
(/dev/sdc1) cannot be accessed anymore. I would like to recover whatever
left in the other 3 PVs (/dev/sda1, /dev/sdb1, and /dev/sdd1).
I have tried with the following:
1. Removing the broken PV:
# vgreduce --force vg_hosting /dev/sdc1
Physical volume "/dev/sdc1" still in use
# pvmove /dev/sdc1
No extents available for allocation
2. Replacing the broken PV:
I was able to create a new PV and restore the VG Config/meta data:
# pvcreate --restorefile ... --uuid ... /dev/sdc1
# vgcfgrestore --file ... vg_hosting
However, vgchange would give this error:
# vgchange -a y
device-mapper: resume ioctl on failed: Invalid argument
Unable to resume vg_hosting-lv_home (253:4)
0 logical volume(s) in volume group "vg_hosting" now active
Could someone help me please???
I'm in dire need for help to save the data, at least some of it if possible.
Mister Steve Dodier-Lazaro, if you are unable to answer a very simple question, it is still just OK for me.
Is it really needed, this your escapade, here in xfce4-dev list?
Please for the future reference, try not to judge just because you do not understand, even though it was really simple question.
Rather prefer to keep trying and looking for an explanation.
Rather then "heads up", shall we say, "lips up", Johannes? ;)
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I have installed the NVidia property drivers from RPMFusion
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Afterwards, I ran as root:
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Thanks in advance,
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In other words, I only need a decent GUI that, with as
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find a record in it
create or modify records in one USABLE form
by usable I mean, at least
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present all fields that are defined as ENUM as dropdown
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I **KNOW** that Open/Libreoffice can do this, in theory. but in
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I have not been able to find anything in systemd about doing this.
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Is there something I missed?