Bug#474217: initramfs-tools: /etc/lvm.conf needed in initrd
waldi at debian.org
Sat Apr 5 09:21:40 UTC 2008
tags 474217 moreinfo
On Fri, Apr 04, 2008 at 03:00:20PM +0200, Manon Goo wrote:
> >while creating an initrd the /etc/lvm.conf is not copied into the initrd,
> >this can result in a pretty ugly behaviours as the initrd will activate
> >all VG/LV it can find.
No, it tries to only activate the needed vg. Please show more about your
> > For example if you boot from SAN all LUNs will
> >show up in the initrd, including those which may be part of a cluster and
> >should not be activated (yet),
clustered vgs are marked and will never be activated until a functional
cluster is detected (or forced).
> > The listed
> >reasons are just a few why you probably don't want to activate all LVs,
> >and why you usually configure lvm in lvm.conf
What should happen if someone sets a cluster locking lib in lvm.conf
which is not available in the initramfs?
> > ignoring this file can
> >result in a severe loss of data.
No, it does not. Activation does not write to the disks.
Mind your own business, Spock. I'm sick of your halfbreed interference.
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