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Re: Help: NO longer boots ;<



* helices <helices@helices.org> [2006:11:11:20:29:02-0600] scribed:
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> uname -a
> Linux (none) 2.6.17-2-amd64 #1 SMP ...
> 
> Bootup sequence from obvious problems:
> 
> ...
> Success: loaded module raid10.
> Done.
> device-mapper: 4.6.0-ioctl (2006-02-17) initialised: ...
>     1 logical volume(s) in volume group "VG2" now active
>     7 logical volume(s) in volume group "VG1" now active
> Done.

* Anders Brandt Petersen <anders@wizardry.dk> [2006:11:13:00:31:21+0100] scribed:
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> You haven't made it easy.
> 
> Does it detect your LVM's?

Yes, see above.

> Did it refer to a different root device than the ones getting detected, 
> because it could be that the BIOS could be configured to a different 
> bootorder so it points to the correct device?

No, I don't think so.

> I have no experience in saving LVMs in a chroot env. I don't know if it 
> will automatically map the LVM's if you use a bootdevice - what could go 
> wrong it is not in a RAID also?

No, this device is NOT raided.

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helices
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