Giuseppe Vacanti

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comment iSCSI device mapped to different SCSI device
See also: tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO/lvm2faq.html#AEN383
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comment iSCSI device mapped to different SCSI device
I cannot vote the answer up. It addresses what to do if I had to start from scratch, not the rest. But thanks for that.
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comment NFS server causes high load even when idle
@JohnSiu done in original question. What are you hoping to see? Thx.
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comment NFS server causes high load even when idle
@JohnSiu probably not what you expected Personalities : unused devices: <none>. No crash, and as I said activity only if the NFS server is running.
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comment NFS server causes high load even when idle
@jippie added the info you wanted. Thanks.
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comment NFS server causes high load even when idle
@JohnSiu I edited my question to add the info you requested. Thanks
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comment iSCSI device mapped to different SCSI device
Yes, I'm sure. Rebooting the server caused the disk to appear again at /dev/sdb which solved the problem. The question now is whether there is any way to make the process resilient against device name changes.
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comment iSCSI device mapped to different SCSI device
I have run vgchange as you say, what comes back is that the 5 volumes are activated (and the I/O errors). Now lvscan says, for instance, ACTIVE '/dev/a/vgrepos' [20.00 GiB] inherit, but when I try to mount that device on which I know there is a valid ext4 fs, I get invalid block error.