Bug#403299: (no subject)
On Sat, Dec 16, 2006 at 09:43:51AM +0100, Frans Pop wrote:
> On Saturday 16 December 2006 01:38, Daniel Dent wrote:
> > The system comes up fine and correctly configured after it
> > has been booted. However, it doesn't shutdown properly.
> > Because / is on LVM the volume group refuses to deactivate
> > because / is still mounted (even though it is only read only
> > by that point). As a result, mdadm won't shut down the raid
> > device. When the system is booted back up, the raid
> > partition is marked dirty (because it doesn't shutdown
> > properly but reboots anyway) and ends up rebuilding.
> I have some doubts about that. / on LVM on RAID is known to work
It used to work just fine, I did all my XServe tests in this setup, but recent
udev fucked this up severly, by trying to mount LVM and RAID *before* the
disks where mounted. This affects both d-i (where the /dev/sd* are not
created) and initramfs-tools. Not sure if this is a similar problem or not.