RE: 2 Disks (by label/UUID)
my thecus n2100 also stopped booting when trying to mont a memory stick
to /media/sth via fstab and UUID.
Someone should file a bug against .. Well, that was actually the
problem: I do not know excatly what causedit (=whom to "blame"), but I
did not find time.
Maybe you could investigate?
On Mon, 2008-04-21 at 21:39 +0200, DE POOTER Bart wrote:
> I know I had problems too with the UUID method at First ... The thing was,
> everyone mentioned to use UUID=xxxxx syntax, but mine only worked when using
> the full syntax like /dev/disk/by-uuid/
> Don't know about others !
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> Onderwerp: 2 Disks (by label/UUID)
> I was preparing to add a second harddisk to my NSLU2, and since
> previous messages on this list referenced a boot order problem with
> this, I followed the directions on the wiki (and some previous
> messages on this list).
> I have two questions:
> 1) Why does the troubleshooting page on the wiki say that the UUID
> method there is no good when that's the method suggested on this list
> by Martin M. et al?
> 2) After updating the flash, the NSLU2 failed to boot (orange LED) so
> I had to restore my old fstab and flash to get it booting again. Is
> there a step besides updating fstab, creating a new initramfs, and
> flashing it?
> I noticed that in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d there is a file named
> "resume" which references /dev/sda5 (which is the swap). Could this be
> the problem?
> Let me know if there's more info required. I'm running a (mostly
> up-to-date) lenny system.
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