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       lvpoll  —  Internal  command  used by lvmpolld to complete some Logical
       Volume operations.


       lvm lvpoll --polloperation {pvmove|convert|merge|merge_thin}  [--abort]
       [-A|--autobackup  {y|n}]  [--commandprofile  ProfileName]  [-d|--debug]
       [-h|-?|--help] [--handlemissingpvs] [-i|--interval Seconds] [-t|--test]
       [-v|--verbose] [--version] LogicalVolume[Path]


       lvpoll  is  an  internal  command  used  by  lvmpolld(8) to monitor and
       complete lvconvert(8) and pvmove(8) operations.  lvpoll itself does not
       initiate  these operations and you should never normally need to invoke
       it directly.

       LogicalVolume The Logical Volume undergoing conversion or, in the  case
       of  pvmove,  the  name  of  the  internal  pvmove  Logical  Volume (see


       See lvm(8) for common options.

       --polloperation {convert|merge|merge_thin|pvmove}
              Mandatory option.  pvmove refers to a pvmove operation  that  is
              moving  data.  convert refers to an operation that is increasing
              the number of redundant copies of data maintained by  a  mirror.
              merge  indicates  a  merge  operation  that doesn't involve thin
              volumes.  merge_thin indicates a merge operation involving  thin
              snapshots.   pvmove(8) and lvconvert(8) describe how to initiate
              these operations.

              Abort pvmove in progress.  See pvmove(8).

              Used when the polling operation needs to handle missing  PVs  to
              be  able  to  continue.  This  can  happen  when lvconvert(8) is
              repairing a mirror with one or more faulty devices.

       -i, --interval Seconds
              Report progress at regular intervals


       Resume polling of a pvmove operation identified by the  Logical  Volume

       lvm lvpoll --polloperation pvmove vg00/pvmove0

       Abort the same pvmove operation:

       lvm lvpoll --polloperation pvmove --abort vg00/pvmove0

       To  find  out  the  name of the pvmove Logical Volume resulting from an
       original pvmove  /dev/sda1  command  you  may  use  the  following  lvs
       command.  (Remove the parentheses from the LV name.)

       lvs -a -S move_pv=/dev/sda1

       Resume polling of mirror conversion vg00/lvmirror:

       lvm lvpoll --polloperation convert vg00/lvmirror

       Complete mirror repair:

       lvm lvpoll --polloperation convert vg/damaged_mirror --handlemissingpvs

       Process snapshot merge:

       lvm lvpoll --polloperation merge vg/snapshot_old

       Finish thin snapshot merge:

       lvm lvpoll --polloperation merge_thin vg/thin_snapshot


       lvconvert(8), lvm(8), lvmpolld(8), lvs(8), pvmove(8)