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Accessing a Fedora Logical Volume from Ubuntu
A while back, I started experimenting with Ubuntu after playing with Fedora. I decided to jump to Ubuntu and needed to move data from the Fedora-managed logical volume to Ubuntu. Here's what I did.
- Boot Ubuntu.
- Install lvm2:
$ sudo apt-get install lvm2
- Load the necessary module(s):
$ sudo modprobe dm-mod
- Scan your system for LVM volumes and identify in the output the volume group name that has your Fedora volume (mine proved to be VolGroup00):
$ sudo vgscan
- Activate the volume:
$ sudo vgchange -ay VolGroup00
- Find the logical volume that has your Fedora root filesystem (mine proved to be LogVol00):
$ sudo lvs
- Create a mount point for that volume:
$ sudo mkdir /mnt/fcroot
- Mount it:
$ sudo mount /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 /mnt/fcroot -o ro,user
- Copied my files.