[CentOS] LVM recovery questions

Garrick Staples garrick at usc.edu
Thu Jul 5 23:53:58 UTC 2007


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On Thu, Jul 05, 2007 at 03:49:43PM -0700, Michael Mueller alleged:
> Thanks for your help.
> 
> I tried the rescue mode; it only found what was on the new install of 4.3 single server cd;
> 
> i tried adding mount /dev/hdb1 /export to fstab and rebooted again; /export/samba/netdisk0 was there - but it was just an empty file - probably because of the LV structure on the disk
> 
> it seems to me that if a system is built under LVM and is comprised of multiple disks, recovery out to be quite easy; i must be missing something here;  with the pre-LVM partitioning, i would just mount the /dev/hdb1 and be on my way; i am hoping there is a similarly easy way to get my disk back into a file system

If you were directly mounting /dev/hdb1, then you weren't using LVM.

Perhaps hda was under LVM but hdb wasn't?

Try 'fdisk -l /dev/hdb' and try mounting the largest partition.

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