setup-storage & preserve_lazy on LVM

Mathieu Alorent malorent at
Tue Mar 29 13:48:39 CEST 2011



Le mardi 29 mars 2011 à 10:54 +0100, Michael Tautschnig a écrit :
> I've found this one:
> It seems that Ubuntu devs are pretty fond of their extra changes,
> making volume
> groups start as volumes appear via some udev magic. It's a
> Ubuntu-specific
> change as outlined in
> I have no idea why they insist in doing that. After all, Debian people
> seem to
> get away fine without such nasty auto-run-volume-group stuff. If you
> need a
> quick fix, I'd suggest going for a Debian NFSROOT :-) Well, no, it's
> even
> easier:
> cd $NFSROOT ; rm lib/udev/rules.d/85-lvm2.rules

Very good point!

I've tried to dpkg-divert 85-lvm2.rules and now all work as expected !!!

> I'm seriously considering a simple diversion of that file while
> setup-storage is
> running. I don't think brute-force repeated vgchange calls would be a
> viable
> solution. 

Sounds good, it will prevent some other unwanted behaviour in the

Thanks a lot!

Best Regards
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