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7.1. Caldera

It is necessary to edit the file /etc/rc.d/rc.boot. Look for the line that says "Mounting local filesystems" and insert the vgscan and vgchange commands just before it.

You may also want to edit the the file /etc/rc.d/init.d/halt to deactivate the volume groups at shutdown. Insert the

 vgchange -an 
            
command near the end of this file just after the filesystems are unmounted or mounted read-only, before the comment that says "Now halt or reboot".

 
 
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