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There are 2 lvs which are in the VG Raid. This two lvs should be an LVM Mirror. This 2 lvs should be mirrored in another VG called non-Raid.

sudo vgs
  VG       #PV #LV #SN Attr   VSize  VFree 
  Raid       4  16   0 wz--n-  7,27t  2,60t
  non-Raid   4   5   0 wz--n- <3,60t 25,23g

Is LVM able to do this?

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    Do you mean that for each LV you want a four-way mirror with two legs in each VG? – TooTea Apr 24 at 10:10
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To do what you want you should start from scratch:

  1. Create LV (w/o filesystem) on RAID VG with number of copies 2
  2. Create LV (w/o filesystem) on Non RAID VG with number of copies 2 (or not, depend if you want 4 way mirror)
  3. Create those volumes as PV
  4. Create new VG with those PVs
  5. Create LVs in this new VG with number of copies 2
  6. Create filesystems on those new LVs
  • A VGs only for the 2 lvs? This sounds very inflexible... – JokerGermany.de Apr 24 at 12:54
  • @JokerGermany.de, this is based on your requirements :) – Romeo Ninov Apr 24 at 13:02
  • Ah ok i understand A VG on the old VGs oO Thats sound weird, i will give it a try... Can i access the data with for example with testdisk when i search for it on the plain hardware? (If nothing works...) – JokerGermany.de Apr 24 at 16:05
  • @JokerGermany.de, I did not get you about access data, can you explain. – Romeo Ninov Apr 24 at 16:15
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    BTW: Why should i create two lvs on each volume group? I created only one and then split it with point 5 – JokerGermany.de Apr 26 at 10:09

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