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Jan
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comment How can I recreate removed LVM Logical Volumes?
I didn't really understand that the last number were starting offset. Now I added the output of mount command.
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comment How can I recreate removed LVM Logical Volumes?
So what number should I set to the last part of table argument?
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Now thinking about it, if I understand it correctly, the lvm metadata size is the gap betweeen the partitions on testdisk. So I have no way to calculate the gap for the second partition.
Jan
20
comment How can I recreate removed LVM Logical Volumes?
This seems to work. How big should the lvm metadata size (the last number) be for the other partitions? 4096 or also 264190?
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comment How can I recreate removed LVM Logical Volumes?
Might be a remainder of manipulation I did last week. I extended the first ManjaroRoot. It didn’t cause any trouble though.
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comment How can I recreate removed LVM Logical Volumes?
I have LVM inside LUKS volume. I opened it using cryptsetup open /dev/sda4 Manjaro
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Also is it possible to use linear when dmsetup ls target_type is crypt?
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Also testdisk says the partition starts on sector 264190 should the first table start at zero or this number?
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According to dmsetup man page, the 8:8 (or 8:4 in my case) means destination_device. Will that be the same for all LVs?
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