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Offline sunrat

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Invalid path for logical volume
« on: 2015/11/09, 15:52:48 »
Near the beginning of boot messages I see "Invalid path for logical volume" with the UUID of / partition. I don't use LVM so is it safe to remove lvm2 package? Is there another way preferable to avoid getting this message?

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Re: Invalid path for logical volume
« Reply #1 on: 2015/11/09, 15:55:40 »
It's safe, if you don't use raid, you can purge mdadm also
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Re: Invalid path for logical volume
« Reply #2 on: 2015/11/09, 23:57:24 »
Thank you. I'm interested to try LVM but my storage needs are modest so it is low priority.