[Rear-users] Recover using Centos 6

Jeroen Hoekx jeroen.hoekx at hamok.be
Mon Sep 19 12:11:50 CEST 2011


Hello Frank,

On 19 September 2011 11:57, Frank Slotta <f_slotta at gmx.de> wrote:
> +++ create_component pv:/dev/sda2 lvmdev
> +++ local device=pv:/dev/sda2
> +++ local type=lvmdev
> +++ local touchfile=lvmdev-pv:-dev-sda2
> +++ '[' -e /tmp/rear.ofV0lVzwvY6sZXZ/tmp/touch/lvmdev-pv:-dev-sda2 ']'
> +++ return 0
> +++ LogPrint 'Creating LVM PV /dev/sda2'
> +++ Log 'Creating LVM PV /dev/sda2'
> +++ test 1 -gt 0
> ++++ Stamp
> ++++ date '+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S '
> +++ echo '2011-09-19 11:31:14 Creating LVM PV /dev/sda2'
> 2011-09-19 11:31:14 Creating LVM PV /dev/sda2
> +++ Print 'Creating LVM PV /dev/sda2'
> +++ test 1
> +++ echo -e 'Creating LVM PV /dev/sda2'
> +++ lvm pvcreate -ff --yes -v --uuid vB5CGn-pYp2-NLOL-fDeV-MEQT-vaZK-tsLlpL /dev/sda2
>  --restorefile is required with --uuid
>  Run `pvcreate --help' for more information.

Hmm, we have a check in place to add the --norestorefile option in
this case. Can you provide the output of # lvm version ?

Thanks,

Jeroen




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