lvextend connect() failed on local socket: Connection refused

A small problem that i would like to record it down in this blog. What happen here is that i have setup a server with gfs previously and after i deactivated gfs, i’m getting connect failed on local socket connection refused on my lvm2 and this has been going about for a while and i finally manage to get over it by doing the following

lvmconf –disable-cluster

Now, try to fire the lvextend again,

lvextend -L+1G /dev/myvg/homevol

It should works. Hope this helps

 

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One Response to lvextend connect() failed on local socket: Connection refused

  1. dharmarajan says:

    Hi,

    What about your connection strings? did u check that?