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Re: [Xen-users] Missing udev env variables & broken pvscan in Stretch & Xenial

On Fri, Mar 04, 2016 at 04:20:33AM +0000, Mark Pryor wrote:
> Users,
> I've encountered a bug in lvm2/udev/systemd since December on Debian Stretch 
> & Ubuntu Xenial (lately). I wrote up my experience with a workaround 
> here:
> Many people in #xen told me to file a bug on Debian BTS. Well, I've since 
> found an existing bug report from July 2015! How can it be such an old bug 
> and still exist? I think a solution was proposed within 2 weeks. See 
> herehttps://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=791869#209
> When you boot your Stretch OS & Xen, if you have VM's on LVM, if you 
> useuse_lvmetad=1 try `sudo lvm dumpconfig global/use_lvmetad`
> then a pvscan should be run on your pv device. If my pv device is sdc1 
> (major:8, minor:33), thensystemctl status lvm2-pvscan@8:33.service
> should show success and tell me it found so many volumes. With our subject 
> bug, this pvscan is never run.The bug makes proper boot sequence difficult 
> and VM's on LVM are detected too late for xendomains service.
> PryMar56

Hello, please forgive me if it is obvious -- is this a bug you encounter
in upstream Xen? I think not but I'd better be sure.


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