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You have an awful lot going on here, it sounds like you've addressed the issue of the volume driver not being initialized, so I'll jump to the delete issues your describing.

Cinder provides a volume_clear option which by default will dd zeros across the entire lv when you delete it. This unfortunately can take an extremely long time. If you don't need this security, you can set the following in your cinder.conf file to skip it:

volume_clear = None

You have an awful lot going on here, it sounds like you've addressed the issue of the volume driver not being initialized, so I'll jump to the delete issues your describing.

Cinder provides a volume_clear option which by default will dd zeros across the entire lv when you delete it. This unfortunately can take an extremely long time. If you don't need this security, you can set the following in your cinder.conf file to skip it:

volume_clear = Nonenone