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Hi,

I'm trying to migrate the content of disk 'A' to disk 'B', that they belong to the same vg 'data'_vg'. Whe using pvmove, I get the following error: 'device-mapper: suspend ioctl failed: Interrupted system call'. I put down the whole trace:

Code:
pvmove -v "source_disk" "sink_disk"

  Updating volume group metadata
    Creating volume group backup "/etc/lvm/backup/data_vg" (seqno 62).
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Suspending data_vg-sapmnt_NLP_lv (253:28)
    Suspending data_vg-pvmove0 (253:58)
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Suspending data_vg-oracle_NLP_origlogA_lv (253:32)

  device-mapper: suspend ioctl failed: Interrupted system call
  Unable to suspend data_vg-oracle_NLP_origlogA_lv (253:32)
.....................................................
WARNING: dev_open(/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005104) called while suspended
  WARNING: dev_open(/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005004) called while suspended
  WARNING: dev_open(/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005101) called while suspended
  WARNING: dev_open(/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005100) called while suspended
  WARNING: dev_open(/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005102) called while suspended
  WARNING: dev_open(/dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005103) called while suspended
  /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-36005076306ffc6c90000000000005003: Moved: 10.5%
    Updating volume group metadata
    Creating volume group backup "/etc/lvm/backup/data_vg" (seqno 63).
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Suspending data_vg-sapmnt_NLP_lv (253:28)
    Suspending data_vg-pvmove0 (253:58)
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Found volume group "data_vg"
    Suspending data_vg-oracle_NLP_origlogA_lv (253:32)

Can anyone help, please ?

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