Fedora 15, new and exciting plans
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Sun Nov 21 08:26:58 UTC 2010
Alasdair G Kergon wrote:
> An example of the way I see it working is like this:
> Say you have a Volume Group VG1 across two PVs, PV1 and PV2, containing Logical
> Volume LV1 containing the root filesystem.
> You have a trigger rule saying "When you see the whole of VG1, activate LV1
> inside it" and another saying "When you see the filesystem with UUID X, mount
> it." (Default rules can be generic of course, like 'activate any VG when you
> see it' and 'activate any LV when you see it' and 'mount any filesystem when
> you see it'.)
You still need a timeout to avoid waiting for ever for the root filesystem
to appear when one of the PV has been disconnected from the system.
But this "lost hope" timeout is a lot better than the current "wait in any case"
Roberto Ragusa mail at robertoragusa.it
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