Today, I upgraded from Fedora 14 to Fedora 15 and my "file share" volume group (named: vg_media) has gone bad. My only other vg, vg_tobias (root, swap, etc.) is just fine. vg_media is made up of 2 physical drives--vg_tobias, just one.
I don't have much knowledge at all when it comes to the workings of the filesystem so I was hoping that someone more knowledgeable here could tell me whats wrong or point me in the right direction.
Essentially, vg_media is made up of two pv's: /dev/sdb1 and /dev/sdc1. This vg has been operating just fine for the past 2 years or so. It just went bad today after rebooting from a yum based F14 to F15 upgrade. I didn't run into any problems during the actual upgrade so I wasn't even aware that this was an issue until I went to play some music that was previously stored in this vg.
Attached is what I would think would be the relevant info. You can see that all the vgdisplay, lvscan, pvdisplay, etc. commands appears to show things correctly--to me, at least... But you can see from the last df command that the mnt point /media only shows ~970MB... it should be ~3TB. Also, there is nothing in the ls /media either when there obviously was plenty before.
I haven't really attempted anything yet since I, like previously mentioned, don't know enough about the fs workings to go on.
If I can provide any other logging/command info, please just say so.
It wouldn't be the end of the world if I lost all this data, but I'd rather not.
Thanks in advance...