Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Does anybody know if it is possible to use 'nested lvm' with 'dual primary mode', or is that a conflict between lvm/clvm? My configuration is: - 2 debian-lenny nodes, updated & clean default installation w/versions: - clvm (2.02.39-2) - lvm2 (2.02.39-2) - drbd8-modules-2.6.26-1-amd64 (2.6.26+8.0) - drbd8-utils (2:8.0.13-1) - each has 1 hard disk (sda) - each disk has two partitions (boot, crypt-lvm) - the lvm partition contains debian default logical volumes + 1 extra for drbd - drbd is configured primary/primary and is up and running *here is where the problem starts on the '/dev/r0': -pv creates ok -vg creates ok -lv creation has error about not being able to 'wipe' before creation I think I need to use clvm here, but changing lvm.conf seems to interfere with the pre-existing (normal) logical volumes. *Am I missing something? *Is there another approach? *Or, can TWO instances of lvm run on seperate '.conf' with different filters? (one instance for filtered for lvm, and one filtered for clvm) Thanks, Colin.