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I can see my LVM but I can't initialize it. Missing UUID of one of the disks

I have had a 2 disk LVM called Data going for about 6 months, and I recently bought a third disk. I installed the disk in the machine, and wanted to format it and extend the lvm onto it, like I've ...
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1answer
41 views

Debian Squeeze RAID 5 Install?

I have a box with four Hard Drives on it. I am going to install Debian Squeeze (I know it's old... I have to) on it. I want to be able to treat the the four Hard Drives as a single Harddrive. Durringt ...
3
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1answer
40 views

Verify that partition is encrypted

I just installed Debian and as far as I can remember I encrypted my home-partition using LVM. During the boot process I haven't been asked to enter the password. Is there any way to check whether ...
1
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1answer
150 views

Cannot mount filesystem under luks. Device does not exist

I made one big luks device and re-used it on my debian install, then i ran into some boot problems and i need to acess the filesystem. The problem is, i decrypt the luks device and when i try to ...
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0answers
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Should I use LVM or not? [duplicate]

I'm installing Debian 7.1 "for fun" in a VMware virtual machine. During the installation, I have to make a choice regarding the disk partitions. Partitioning method: Guided - use entire disk ...
0
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1answer
165 views

Have to run partprobe at every boot

I created an LVM logical volume. I partitioned it manually. I ran partprobe. I found the new device in /dev/mapper, then I mounted it where I needed it. Everything works. ...except on reboot, ...
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3answers
416 views

Debian doesn't boot anymore

I use Debian Wheezy. Yesterday I added a new HDD to the system and expanded the LVM using the system-config-lvm gui-tool. I have a logical LVM group for root, /, and one for home, /home. I also ...
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2answers
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How can I resize my root partition in Debian?

I am trying to add space to my root partition and am really not sure the safest way to go about it. I have read this thread, Can I resize the root partition without uninstalling and reinstalling ...
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2answers
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New menu entry in GRUB2, “file not found” and “you need to load the kernel first” errors

I wanted to add new menu entry to my GRUB2 list. This is how I tried to do this and necessary info: Erros after choosing "Debian Wheezy" menu entry from GRUB2 list: error:file not found error:you ...
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4answers
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Recovering overwritten LVM metadata

Yesterday I was trying using the Debian install in rescue mode in order to fix my Grub (The menu-item for Debian was suddenly gone). Now I wasn't able to fix it and didn't have a lot of time, so I ...
2
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3answers
590 views

Recovery of data on raid5+lvm reiserfs partition, after raid5 problems

I've got a server with 3 sata hard drives. Each has 2 partitions: one small is part of /dev/md0, a raid1 array (/boot), rest is part of a raid5 array (/dev/md1), which is an lvm physical volume. ...
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1answer
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How to set keyboard layout used to enter password on an encrypted filesystem?

After my upgrade to Debian 6 (Squeeze), the keyboard layout used to enter the password of encrypted filesystem has been changed. How can I revert it back to previous one? My understanding is that, ...
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2answers
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lvm devices under /dev/mapper missing

I'm using Debian squeeze, and running LVM on top of software RAID 1. I just accidentally just discovered that most of the links under /dev/mapper are missing, though my system seems to be still ...