Bug#440161: marked as done (wrong /etc/fstab when installing on RAID using Adaptec 2100S)
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has caused the Debian Bug report #440161,
regarding wrong /etc/fstab when installing on RAID using Adaptec 2100S
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- From: Arne Metzger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 12:38:50 +0200
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I recently used d-i to install etch on a FujituSiemens Primergy F200.
That maschine has 6 SCSI-Drives built-in, which i have configured as
RAID5 (no Hotspare) using the Adaptec-BIOS. During POST and installation
the RAID-Array is shown as /dev/sda.
Then i have created a ext3-Partition /dev/sda1 for /boot and a LVM on
/dev/sda5 using the rest of the Array-capacity for /.
Installation proceeded fine.
After rebooting the maschine, everything worked fine. System found LVM
and could mount it correctely, but then failed to mount /boot (which is
on /dev/sda1 - as i thought).
I found out, that for the Adaptec 2100S the modules i2o-core and
i2o-block are loaded. The modules find the Adapter correctely.
But my /boot-partition - formerly known as /dev/sda1 - could now be
found at /dev/i2o/hda1 after loading the i2o-modules.
After changing the line in /etc/fstab from
/dev/sda1 /boot [...]
/dev/i2o/hda1 /boot [...]
and rebooting the maschine - it worked!
Dont know, if that is a problem in d-i or in i2o...
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Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2008 13:52:43 -0300
Architecture: source all
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <email@example.com>
Changed-By: Otavio Salvador <firstname.lastname@example.org>
kernel-wedge - udeb package builder for Debian-Installer
Closes: 440161 469143
kernel-wedge (2.42) unstable; urgency=low
[ Otavio Salvador ]
* Replace dpt_i2o with i2o_block to avoid diverting from installed
system with regard to RAID with Adaptec 2100S. Closes: #440161.
* Add ipg, niu, ixgbe, e1000e, sky2 and skge to nic-extra-modules.
* Move b44 to nic-pcmcia-modules.
* Add zlib-modules udeb to provide zlib_inflate to ide and ppp
* Add p54pci and p54usb to nic-wireless-modules.
[ Stephen R. Marenka ]
* add aes_generic, make aes optional to accommodate 2.6.24.
* add sha256_generic, make sha256 optional to accommodate 2.6.24.
* make ppp_async and ppp_synctty optional to accommodate m68k/mac.
7639515eb1d2b07c7ca9238481490ede 670 utils optional kernel-wedge_2.42.dsc
0952c8f6e7abd651f62118c66783fed5 37624 utils optional kernel-wedge_2.42.tar.gz
7110f7d1bee2c37fbc9d9f65122d1bb4 42614 utils optional kernel-wedge_2.42_all.deb
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