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RHEL Issue with "vgs"

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I have RHEL 6.5 running and when ever I execute "vgs" pr "pvs" I get this error

# vgs
  Configuration setting "activation/thin_check_executable" unknown.
  Configuration setting "activation/thin_check_options" unknown.
  VG     #PV #LV #SN Attr   VSize   VFree
  optvg    7   1   0 wz--n-   1.23t 65.34g
  rootvg   1  11   0 wz--n- 136.19g 70.53g

How do I get a clean output.
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Do you have the following enabled in /etc/lvm/lvm.conf? If so try comment them out -
thin_check_executable = "/usr/sbin/thin_check"
thin_check_options = [ "-q" ]

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Validate your config and post the output -
lvm dumpconfig --validate

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The issue is fixed, Do u know why this has happened, As it was not there before...The most recent change was OS upgrade to version 6.5
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I don't know? You didn't say what have you done to fix it.
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I followed ur instructions
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Does it happen on other 6.5 box? Post a new thread if you are having issue with the others.
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