I don't suppose you documented anywhere what all these logical volumes are for.You probably have one swap and 6 filesystems.You could fsck each volume in turn.Then try a reboot. [by gerald_clark]
on 12/22/2010 – Made popular on 12/22/2010
I need some related information on the following lines I found in an answer:
"A logical partition is a container for a filesystem (or an LVM volume or some swap space or a BSD partition or other kind of volume that isn't a PC-style partition)."
I want to create one extended partition in which I will keep all Xubuntu related boot var root home...
I'm using Kubuntu 11.10 and before I upgrade to 12.04, I want to make snapshots of my filesystems. Coming to think of that, I realized that it can be very useful to create snapshots of logical volumes during boot before they are mounted.
Hello,it's been a few weeks since the following errors appeared for the first time. I get them every time I boot the computer.Sometimes all goes well, while other times I have to run fsck on one or more lvm logical volumes to continue booting (i.e.
Is it possible to create a volume group from a logical volume instead of a physical volume? If so, are there any pitfalls in doing so?
Installing OpenStack Compute on a a system that already has all of the physical volumes assigned to a singe volume group. The nova-volume service requires a separate volume group, as described in the documentation.