The error message is clear: device-mapper: table: 253:7: xvdb too small for target: start=58714112, len=41943040, dev_size=58720256 It seems there has been a change to the XEN device. If you are in doubt, ask before republishing any content. dm_table_unplug_all+0x5c/0x100 [dm_mod] Apr 3 14:35:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: [
How come he didn't use the most obvious solution to "grasp" time - dates? blkdev_get_block+0x0/0x20 Apr 3 14:35:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: [
Purpose: Troubleshooting Related Links: User ID Password Login Login assistance PR Search Create a Support Case All Security Advisories Knowledge Center Feedback Report a Security Vulnerability Knowledge Search Help Top Chinostra Posts: 3 Joined: 2014/09/08 16:22:00 [SOLVED] Re: Unable to start my machine Quote Postby Chinostra » 2014/09/10 07:35:16 Ok, finally I found a solution... What is this /dev/dm-0 thing? Code blocks~~~ Code surrounded in tildes is easier to read ~~~ Links/URLs[Red Hat Customer Portal](https://access.redhat.com) Learn more Close current community chat Unix & Linux Unix & Linux Meta your communities Sign
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When I typed sudo pvs I saw the mapping of a volume group to a "physical volume" that looked like a familiar /dev/sdaN notation. (My looking at the whole disk with Check This Out dput+0x9a/0x150 Apr 3 14:33:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: [
Related 10lvm devices under /dev/mapper missing4Which device is using this logical volume?3Not able to extend the size of an LVM logical volume3Can you create a volumegroup in LVM that all the I thought LVM was pretty stable and maybe it is, but being able to break a key feature on casual use with no one seeming to know how to fix it wake_bit_function+0x0/0x50 Apr 3 14:35:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: [
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Apr 3 14:35:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: Not tainted 2.6.32-431.11.2.el6.x86_64 #1 Apr 3 14:35:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs" disables this message. Open Source Communities Comments Helpful Follow DM-Multipath is unable to create multipath devices and shows the error message - 'device-mapper: message ioctl failed: No such device or address' Solution Unverified - All in all, one of the easiest migrations I have ever done. rcu_process_dyntick+0xd6/0x120 Apr 3 14:35:34 iui-alhdb01 kernel: [
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If I do an lvscan I get the following output: root@ubuntu:~# lvscan ACTIVE '/dev/uservg/userlv' [931.50 GiB] inherit inactive Original '/dev/sysvg/syslv' [152.77 GiB] inherit And lvdisplay shows root@ubuntu:/# lvdisplay /dev/sysvg/syslv --- Logical If it does then yum remove the newer one, rm the correct /boot/initramfs file and then yum update kernel and see if it works then.Hi TrevorH, many thanks for your interest The Anti-Santa: Dealing with the Naughty List Why do compact cameras keep using 4:3 and not 3:2 like DSLRs? Do (did) powered airplanes exist where pilots are not in a seated position?
If a journal not indexed in SCI nor in EI, is it worth publishing in? I've even reinstalled this server and run yum update.) // EDIT. Your vg_ALHPRD-oradata cannot be loaded because it tries to access storage space on 202:16 which simply doesn't exist.