[CentOS-docs] HowTo activate LVs after reboot automatically

Alain Reguera Delgado

al at ciget.cienfuegos.cu
Sun Nov 30 13:47:51 UTC 2008


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Hello !

What to do if after reboot, your LVs get inactive ?

Maybe add the following to /etc/rc.local :

{{{
#
# Mounting MyLogVols
#
/usr/sbin/vgchange -a y MyVolGroup

for i in `ls /dev/Backup/`; do

        e2fsck -p /dev/Backup/$i

        case $? in
                0)
                mount -t ext3 /dev/MyVolGroup/$i    /mnt/MyVolGroup/$i
                ;;
                1)
                mount -t ext3 /dev/MyVolGroup/$i    /mnt/MyVolGroup/$i
                ;;
                2)
                /usr/bin/reboot
                ;;
        esac

done
}}}

Other solutions ?

Could we document this issue on the wiki ?

Cheers,
- --
Alain Reguera Delgado <al at ciget.cienfuegos.cu>
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