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You should have a RAID-protected LVO volumes, but lvm itself is not so clear in reporting it. I tried with a CentOS 8.2 box and a RAID1 LVM volume, converting it to a vdo-pool type with the following command: lvconvert --type vdo-pool -n VDOLV -V 1G vg_test/lv_test How to check if RAID1 is working? You need to pass some additional options to the command line....


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I think the Ansible lvol module wants just the logical volume name as lv, but you have passed it the full path to the block device. Try passing it the LV name instead.


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