Bugzilla – Bug 1097425
Fails to create LVM volume if lvm+RAID1
Last modified: 2019-10-14 06:42:44 UTC
According to https://openqa.opensuse.org/tests/690462 , installer fails to create LVM volume, the warning message pop-up due to dup'ed PV, looks like it proposed a broken setup.
This looks like a problem of LVM. Since the devices /dev/vda2, /dev/vdb2, /dev/vdc2
and /dev/vdd2 are used by /dev/md0 LVM should not scan them for PVs. I was able
to reproduce the issue without using YaST on the ISO used by openQA (20180680) but
not older onces (e.g. 20180606).
The problem is a known issue for our current lvm2 code (2.02.177), due to spec file split.
please see the similar bug https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1091863
We have found the root cause, but we need to work with the build team to solve this issue.
I assume this bug also prevents my machine from booting at all. OpenSuSE is installed on a raid1 with lvm ontop. The machine does not boot:
"Cannot activate LVs in VG vghome while PVs appear on duplicate devices"
Are there any workarounds known for the boot process to activate the pvm - as I am not able to boot my machine running lvm ontop raid1?
in rdsosreport.txt I find:
"Cannot activate LVs in VG vghome while PVs appear on duplicate devices."
Hello Max, Arvin, Michael and Oliver,
The bug is " failed to create LVM volume on top of raid1", right?
When did you encounter this problem? what is the lvm2 version?
This is happened on openQA a while ago, can not see this issue on Tumbleweed nowadays.
Assign this bug to Heming to follow up.
For comment #8, close this bug as WONTFIX.