Approved: ASR Pro
If / dev / sdb2 is not found or is being ignored due to a filter error, this guide is here to help you.
I am trying to add a volume of heavy physical work to add collections of volumes and therefore LV. Unfortunately I am getting the following error.
[root @ server ~] # pvcreate / dev / sdb1The / dev / sdb1 device was not found (or filtered) by the user.[root @ server ~] # fdisk -l / dev / sdbWARNING: GPT (GUID Partition Table) found on '/ dev / sdb '! The fdisk utility does not support GPT. Use GNU Parted.Disk / dev / sdb: 19966.2 GB, 19966213488640 bytes255 heads, 63 sectors / track, 2,427,420 cylindersUnits = 16065 * 512 cylinders = 8225280 bytesSector period (logical / physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytesI / O type (minimum / optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytesData carrier identification: 0x00000000Boot block identification system when the device is loaded/ dev / sdb 8, specifically 267350 2147483647+ ee GPT
I would be grateful for any help you can give me. This may be my first time I need to buy the primary, and while researching the post, I haven’t found anything that helped me that much before.
# By default we use any block device:filter = ["a /.*/"]# Exclude CD from drive# Filter is ["r | / dev / cdrom |" ]# In testing, I like it - it only works with loopback devices:# Filter is ["a / loop /", "r /.*/"]# Or maybe everyone is polishing and ide is driving hdc:# except filter out = ["a | loop |", "r | / dev / hdc |", "a | / dev / ide |", "r |. * |" ]# Use anchors if you want to be very specific# filter = ["a | ^ / dev / hda8 $ |", "r /.*/"]
parted / dev / sdb "unit s" "print"Model: Adaptec AdaptecRAID5 (scsi)Disk / dev / sdb: 38996510720sSector size (logical / physical): 512B / 512BPartition table: gpt
Welcome August 2, 2013 at 9:31 PM
Not Your Answer, Are You Looking? Browse Other Offers Tagged Centos Lvm Pv Or Ask Your Own Question.
The MBR partition type is assumed to be “
ee “, which meansIt seems that our own hard disk may have a GPT partition table, but as a separate
You should go straight to:
a) Use parted to create a GPT partition and use that partition as a specific PV
b) Completely remove the partition table from the MBR part and just use the block accessor
/ dev / sdb as PV
answered Aug 2, 2013 at 21:52
I found that I needed to both restart the server and run “partprobe / dev / sdaX” in order for pvcreate to be properly informed about the partition.
Also, fdisk doesn’t know anything about lvm, so Will was throwing partition errors, which I think was a big hurdle when we weren’t always like this.
Oct answered 3 ’14 at 15:06
partprobepartprobe / dev / sdb
pvcreate / dev / sdb1
Note. Sometimes the whole family has to manually update the kernel. This is why the above command is required.
decided on September 3, 2018 at 11:32 am
The type of filtering device can also be critical. If you run
-vvvv combined with an error like “Ignore: unknown device type LVM 251”, you need to add the magic number to the entire list of allowed devices. …
Just find the app, enter the number in
/ proc / devices , then add it to the
/ etc / is connected to lvm / lvm.conf , for example:
deleted on September 28-15, 9:56 PM
Your shared writers don’t have sections, which means that
/ dev / sdb1 doesn’t exist. First you need to create a main section.
answered Aug 2, 2013 here at 21:52
Speed up your computer's performance now with this simple download.