Re: RAID 1 in nslu2 in installing system.
En/na Martin Michlmayr ha escrit:
Great!. So it's no needed to change kernel command line (in i386 normal
machines I have to put "root=/dev/md0" for changing de root partition).
flash-kernel installs an initramfs-tools hook that will read the root
device from /etc/fstab and write it to the ramdisk.
For the other hand, how can I revert this? If I get errors after active
RAID disk as / during booting, how can I solve that? I don't want to
(re-) turn to make upslug2. ,-)
I suggest you make a backup of flash before changing anything:
cat /dev/mtdblock? > backup
If something doesn't work, you can apply the backup with upslug2.
After doing this backup, if something does not work, how can apply the
backup to my upslug2? Does I have to touch my usb disk (for example,
reverting fstab to the previous state)?
Can you tell me what's exactly the steps I have to follow for recovering
Thanks a lot, Martin.