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LVM on Service Guard - HPUX



LVM On Service Guard Clusters

To copy the mapping of the Volume group file

 # vgexport -p -s -m <map_file_name> /dev/vg_name 

To import the VG using the map data

 # mkdir /dev/vg_name  # mknod /dev/vg_name/group c 64 0xXX0000  # vgimport -s -m <map_file_name> /dev/vg_name 

To manually activate a VG under Service Guard control

 # vgchange -c n <vg_name>  # vgchange -a y <vg_name> 

To Bring back the VG under Service Guard control

 # vgchange -a n <vgname>  # vgchange -c y <vgname> 



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