Bug#601782: installation report - beta1 installer fails with kernel error - drivers/md/md.c:6192, invalid opcode
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:40:19AM -0400, Clyde E. Kunkel wrote:
> <Description of the install, in prose, and any thoughts, comments
> and ideas you had during the initial install.>
> hardware is asus p5e-wspro with intel bios raid enabled and 4 of 5 sata
> drives making up a raid 10 set which is partitioned with P1 an NTFS
> partition containing win 7 and P2 is a PV containing a VG which is used
> for LVs for various distros including fedora 14, ubuntu, and suse.
So you say you have enabled the intel bios raid, but your logs say you
are using md raid. I don't think both of those can be true. dm raid
might be able to work with the bios raid, but that isn't very stable
nor supported by the installer (unless you turn on a special boot option).
I have one machine setup with intel bios raid and am going to reinstall
it without it soon and use md raid instead. The intel raid support
in dm raid is so incomplete that if you have a degraded raid, it can't
assemble the raid. It can't rebuild, and it can't really do anything
at all useful if any drive ever fails. It may be handy when dual booting,
but otherwise it is a complete nightmare.