Bug#758302: lvm2: Nodes ain't created after execution `/etc/init.d/lvm2 start'
freehck at freehck.ru
Mon Sep 22 08:42:15 UTC 2014
Bastian Blank <waldi at debian.org> writes:
> Control: severity -1 important
> Control: tags -1 moreinfo
> On Sat, Aug 16, 2014 at 06:48:10PM +0400, Dmitrii Kashin wrote:
>> I suppose that
>> % /sbin/lvm vgchange -aay --sysinit >/dev/null
>> is not enough, because it doesn't create nodes in my /dev, and it causes
>> an interrupt while the bootstrap.
Sorry, I didn't have enough time to append the information because of
work. But now I've caught a cold and am sitting at home so we can do
> It asks udev to do the work. Why does this not work for you?
I don't know why. I was experienced enough to only find a workaround,
but I don't really understand how udev works.
I could do some of your recommendations to provide you for more
information, because the problem seems to be still actual.
> Also, why do you drop stdout for fun?
Unfortunately at the moment /etc/init.d/lvm2 works, all the filesystems
(only root filesystem) are mounted read-only, so I can't send the output
to a file.
But you're right, and I removed `&>/deb/null'.
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