Volume group "vg_ucs" not found

Our goal was to extend the disk space of our domain controller by 1GB. We followed a How-To from: How-To: Extend Disk Space

We made it through succesfully but there was a problem with step 3. After rebooting the domain controller, we entered the command: pvresize /dev/sda5
We got the error message saying:

Failed to find physical volume “/dev/sda5”
0 physical volume(s) resized / 0 physical volume(s) not resized

But after entering the command fdisk -l, we could see that there was a “/dev/sda5”.
Eager to continue we entered the next command: lvresize -l +100%FREE /dev/vg_ucs/root
Which showed the following error message:

Volume group “vg_ucs” not found
Cannot process volume group vg_ucs

After trying with a different machine, namely our mail-server, we saw a difference after running the command: fdisk -l
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It shows the “vg_ucs” volume group. Why is that?
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And why does the domain controller not have it? Is that why the How-To failed?

Thank you for your responses.

DC Master: 4.4-1
DC Slave: 4.4-1

Hi,

looks like you have an issue with your LVM setup. I can not determine the reason.

And sorry, we are currently very busy so I can not volunteer for support here.

If you have a support contract please open a ticket. Otherwise you might create a new thread in the forum.

Sorry for inconvinience

/CV

Hi,

why open a second thread, when I already have this one?