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Thread: Reboot/Shutdown: can't deactivate volume group "pve"

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    Default Reboot/Shutdown: can't deactivate volume group "pve"

    Hello Team,

    There is strange behaviour of our servers.
    Always is appearing the error "can't deactivate volume group" while rebooting on all servers. What do you think this means? It seems as all works, but this message confuse me a little.
    I attached a screenshot.

    Have a nice day,
    Stas
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    Default Re: Reboot/Shutdown: can't deactivate volume group "pve"

    Hi,
    keep calm - thats normal. I think the logical volumes are still active, so that the volumegroup can't deactivate.

    Udo

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    Default Re: Reboot/Shutdown: can't deactivate volume group "pve"

    Quote Originally Posted by giner View Post
    What do you think this means? It seems as all works, but this message confuse me a little.
    You can safely ignor that error. The root filesystem is on VG 'pve', so it can't be deactivated - I consider that a minor debian bug.

    - Dietmar

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    Default Re: Reboot/Shutdown: can't deactivate volume group "pve"

    Quote Originally Posted by dietmar View Post
    You can safely ignor that error. The root filesystem is on VG 'pve', so it can't be deactivated - I consider that a minor debian bug.

    - Dietmar
    I've got. Thank you.

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