Le Mardi 9 Mai 2006 00:46, Ewing Jeff a écrit : > What do I need to configure to use a stock debian kernel with md > and lvm? I have been searching the Net for several days for > answers to this problem. > > I have been compiling my own (Debian source based) kernel with md > (autostart) and lvm compiled in for many years. Currently at > 2.6.16. > > I would like to convert to a Debian standard kernel to ease > maintenance as module requirents change frequently. > > I 'apt-get installed' the stock Debian Kernel > linux-image-2.6.16-1-686-smp and updated lilo conf appropriately. > > when booting off the Debian Kernel I get messages: > > Mounting ... no such file or directory. > > >From the busybox shell, can I modprobe md but lvm drivers do not > > appear to be included. If I cd to > /lib/modules/2.6.*smp/kernel/drivers there are only md and acpi. > > Do I neet to configure initramfs-tools (Not using yaird) to > include lvm in the initrd image? How? The initramfs-tools > manpages are detailed but do not give an overview. I have a problem with LVM since the last 2 kernels / initramfs. I managed to boot, once rebuilding my initrd from a chroot, and last, as it doesn't work, I use yaird. It seems there is a problem in initramfs-tools. No reported bugs are corresponding for now.
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