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neeeewbie
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Hi guys

 

I need your help !

 

script delete after upgrade

I don't know why script is deleted

script located in /var/tmp

 

thank you

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Hello.

 

F5 uses LVM to map their partitions.

 

Only some partitions are shared between all different volumes (upgrade boot locations)

  • /shared - /dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-dat.share.1
  • /var/log - /dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-dat.log.1

 

The rest of the partitions are independent for each volume (boot location).

# lvs LV VG Attr LSize Pool Origin Data% Move Log Cpy%Sync Convert app.ASWADB.set.1.mysqldb vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 12.00g dat.log.1 vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 500.00m dat.maint.1 vg-db-sda -wi-a---- 300.00m dat.share.1 vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 20.00g dat.swapvol.1 vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 1000.00m set.1._config vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.17g set.1._usr vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.29g set.1._var vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.00g set.1.root vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 440.00m set.2._config vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.17g set.2._usr vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.29g set.2._var vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.00g set.2.root vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 440.00m

As you can see above, there are two sets of var/usr/config/root partitions (1 and 2).

 

These numbers correspond with the digits used in your volume (HD1.1 and HD1.2).

# tmsh show sys software   ------------------------------------------------- Sys::Software Status Volume Product Version Build Active Status ------------------------------------------------- HD1.1 BIG-IP 12.1.5 0.0.6 yes complete HD1.2 BIG-IP 12.1.3.4 0.0.2 no complete

So, your lost script should be located in the next partition:

/dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-set.#._var

Where '#' is the number of your previous volume.

 

Regards,

Dario.

Regards,
Dario.

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2 REPLIES 2

Hello.

 

F5 uses LVM to map their partitions.

 

Only some partitions are shared between all different volumes (upgrade boot locations)

  • /shared - /dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-dat.share.1
  • /var/log - /dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-dat.log.1

 

The rest of the partitions are independent for each volume (boot location).

# lvs LV VG Attr LSize Pool Origin Data% Move Log Cpy%Sync Convert app.ASWADB.set.1.mysqldb vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 12.00g dat.log.1 vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 500.00m dat.maint.1 vg-db-sda -wi-a---- 300.00m dat.share.1 vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 20.00g dat.swapvol.1 vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 1000.00m set.1._config vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.17g set.1._usr vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.29g set.1._var vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.00g set.1.root vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 440.00m set.2._config vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.17g set.2._usr vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.29g set.2._var vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 3.00g set.2.root vg-db-sda -wi-ao--- 440.00m

As you can see above, there are two sets of var/usr/config/root partitions (1 and 2).

 

These numbers correspond with the digits used in your volume (HD1.1 and HD1.2).

# tmsh show sys software   ------------------------------------------------- Sys::Software Status Volume Product Version Build Active Status ------------------------------------------------- HD1.1 BIG-IP 12.1.5 0.0.6 yes complete HD1.2 BIG-IP 12.1.3.4 0.0.2 no complete

So, your lost script should be located in the next partition:

/dev/mapper/vg--db--sda-set.#._var

Where '#' is the number of your previous volume.

 

Regards,

Dario.

Regards,
Dario.

thank you for shared information