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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
check this out: $sudo mdadm -E -s /dev/sdh1 ARRAY /dev/md/0 metadata=1.2 UUID=2854c8d5:8d850f9f:9d72d1db:bd3d6e93 name=domU-12-31-39-09-CC-E6:0
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
doesn't seem to output anything
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
$ sudo mdadm -s mdadm: -s does not set the mode, and so cannot be the first option.
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
btw [ -r /proc/mdstat -a -r /dev/md/md-device-map ] && /sbin/mdadm -IRs is inside my rc.sysinit file, but I don't have a /dev/md directory. Plus it looks like vgchange is called in rc.sysinit
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
I know but /dev/md0 does not exist
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revised Linux system cannot find RAID 10 md device after reboot of the system
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asked Linux system cannot find RAID 10 md device after reboot of the system
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
Also my system can no longer seem to locate the RAID device. When I run sudo mdadm -Q /dev/sdh1 the output is /dev/sdh1: is not an md array /dev/sdh1: device 0 in 4 device unknown raid10 array. Use mdadm --examine for more detail
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
But I'm honestly not sure, it's an Amazon Linux so a lot of stuff was preconfigured.
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
I don't think so. Looks like root is just an ext4 filesystem from the /dev/xvda1 device
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comment How to create physical and logical volumes on system reboot
A couple questions: 1. How do I check whether a volume group is active or not? 2. If volumes are inactive on reboot, where can I put vgchange -ay so that it is called after the kernel locates the RAID device but before the filesystem in fstab is mounted?
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comment Changed home directory permissions on remote server, can no longer ssh into it
@jmort253 yea good idea. I had no idea at the time that changing permissions on the home directory would affect public key authentication.
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asked Changed home directory permissions on remote server, can no longer ssh into it