Bug#572909: on lvm on raid: failed
After modifying /etc/default/grub and updating grub, I restarted the
machine, and... it booted up without problem.
Kill me now! I must have made mistakes in tweaking boot menu.
I feel very sorry to have troubled you and taken your time.
On Mon, 28 Mar 2011 13:36:30 +0900
水原 文 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have used rootdelay=9, as described in the release-notes.
> Frankly, I am not familiar with grub2, and as I specified it from the
> grub boot menu, there is a slight chance that I made some mistakes.
> I did some research and found that I can wirte
> in the file /etc/default/grub.
> I will try with this setting and larger values later.
> On Sun, 27 Mar 2011 17:21:45 +0100
> Miguel Figueiredo <email@example.com> wrote:
> > A Sabado 26 Marco 2011 09:11:03 MIZUHARA Bun voce escreveu:
> > > Package: installation-reports
> > > Severity: normal
> > >
> > > It seems that I am having the same problem as Herbert had.
> > > Specifying "rootdelay" did not help, but after countless installation retries,
> > > I managed to figure out a recovery process from the shell prompt on initramfs.
> > >
> > > (initramfs) sh scripts/local-top/mdadm
> > > ... messages from mdadm ...
> > > (initramfs) sh scripts/local-top/lvm2
> > > ... messages from lvm ...
> > > (initramfs) exit
> > >
> > > These commands bring the machine back into normal boot sequence.
> > > I suspect the problem lies in the module insertion order.
> > [...]
> > What values of rootdelay have you used?
> > --
> > Melhores cumprimentos/Best regards,
> > Miguel Figueiredo
> > http://www.DebianPT.org
> 水原 文 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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