RE: Trying to convert a LVM partition to non-LVM

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> Subject: RE: Trying to convert a LVM partition to non-LVM
> > Styma, Robert E (Robert) wrote:
> > > My question becomes, "What file(s) other than fstab and grub.conf
> > > need to change to change the root parttion from an LVM parition
> > > to a normal ext partition such as sda2?"
> > 
> > Recreate the mkinitrd in your /boot.
> > 
> > Boot from a rescue disk, mount your system and chroot into that.
> > You can run mkinitrd manually (needs a filename /boot/initrd...
> > and the kernel version) or you can trigger the steps that happen
> > when you install a new kernel, by using a rpm -Uhv --oldpackage
> > kernel... or running the script the rpm would run
> > (rpm -q --scripts kernel prints something like
> >   /sbin/new-kernel-pkg --package kernel --mkinitrd --depmod 
> > --install 2.6...
> > )
> > 
> > -- 
> >    Roberto Ragusa    mail at
> This looks like a winner.  I will try this method on a test 
> machine shortly. 
> -- 
Somewhat Solved,

After the partitions were copied over, I needed to get rid of the
references to the logical volume manager in serveral files:

Then run:
mkinitrd /boot/initrd-2.6.18-53.el5.img  2.6.18-53.el5
Replace the version info by whatever kernel is loaded.

Then run grub and enter:
root (hd0,0)
setup (hd0)

I still go some funny udev errors, but the system came up.
There may be other files which need to be cleaned up that
I have not found yet, but at least the system came up.

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