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    LVM Error: Couldn't create temporary archive name while Extending Logical Volume

    In a general request of increasing the File System size we came across this issue. While Extending the Logical Volume it gives below given Error. 

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    Error:

    Couldn't create temporary archive name.

    Solution:


    The error means  we can not create file in "/etc/lvm/archive"directory. to solve this issue we have two ways  .
    1. Check if your / File system is full, if yes free some space in / .
    2. If no, then it would a case with the File Permission. Please check the Permission "/etc/lvm/archive" directory.

    still not solved? find other suggestions:

    Suggestions:


    • Make the "/etc/lvm/archive" directory writable, it should resolve the issue.

    [root@server  archive]# pwd
    /etc/lvm/archive

    [root@server  archive]# ls -ld .

    drwx------. 2 root root 76 Apr  1 05:58 .
    [root@server archive]#

    • Make sure there's enough disc space on the partition where /etc/lvm/archive directory is located (usually it's root partition)
    [root@server ~]# df -h /
    Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/nvme0n1p1   50G  5.2G   45G  11% /
    [root@server ~]#

    • Make sure there's enough inodes available in the file system
       [root@server ~]# df -i /
    Filesystem       Inodes  IUsed    IFree IUse% Mounted on
    /dev/nvme0n1p1 26213824 133848 26079976    1% /
    [root@server  ~]#


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