Um, yes, because it won't work. The user tools do the I/O of LVM state
information to the disk. The kernel LVM module has no concept of how
LVM information is stored on disk.
> Just trying to see if there is a way (or would make sense) to skip the
> ramdisk stage in mounting a root logical volume.
Need to re-write (or at least seriously enhance) the LVM kernel code to do
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