On 11/12/2012 10:33 AM, Thomas Bächler wrote:
Am 12.11.2012 16:28, schrieb David Rosenstrauch:
Like the subject says, when I boot directly into single user mode, system doesn't load my LVM volumes. So the only way I can realistically use single user mode (since many of my key files are on LVM volumes) is to boot the system to multi-user mode, and the "telinit s" to drop back down to single user.
This seems like an error, and that systemd should be starting LVM volumes even in single user mode. Anyone have any idea what the problem might be and/or a workaround?
Please test with testing/lvm2. I hope that LVM activation will only be done as it is done in this package in the future (one bug that I don't understand has been reported, but other than that it's working just fine).
I just upgraded to the latest version (2.02.98-3) of lvm2. But I'm still having the same issue: when I boot into single user mode, my lvm volumes aren't seen and so any mounts time out.
Any idea what the problem might be or a fix/workaround?