nate wrote: > Mag Gam wrote: >> I am using RHEL 5.1 with custom kernel. >> Might be something about your custom kernel that affects lvm operations. It could be you have a version mis-match in lvm components in your system. >> >> I have a LV I am trying to remove and its keep complaining its open. I >> have unmounted the filesystem, lsof shows nothing, fuser shows >> nothing. I am certain a reboot will fix it, but I don't know why this >> occurs. Can anyone shed some light on this? >> >> Are there some other LVM hacks I can use for this? No snapshots still present for that lv? > > Not really a hack but you need to deactivate it: > > lvchange -a n <logical volume> > > Verify that it's deactivated with the lvdisplay command > Current versions of lvm/lvremove will do that automatically. -- Toby Bluhm Alltech Medical Systems America, Inc.