activacion de discos

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Que procedimiento debo hacer para activiar esos discos ???

quedo a la espera de su pronta respuesta
 

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hello we all speak english here in the forum and would be happy if you would also switch to english so that we can understand you and help you with your problem. :)
 
What procedure should I do to activate those disks???I am waiting for your prompt response
 
vgchange -ay
This was already your "prompt response"?

There are various circumstances, where you need to make an individual logical volume inactive and therefore unknown to the kernel. You can activate or deactivate individual logical volume with the -a option of the lvchange command.

The following is the format to deactivate an individual logical volume:
Code:
# lvchange -an vg/lv

The following is the format to activate an individual logical volume:
Code:
# lvchange -ay vg/lv


You can activate or deactivate all of the logical volumes in a volume group with the -a option of the vgchange command.
This is the equivalent of running the lvchange -a command on each individual logical volume in the volume group.
https://access.redhat.com/documenta...tion-configuring-and-managing-logical-volumes
 

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