Re: The current kernel doesn't support the Logical Volume Manager. You may need to load the lvm-mod module.
On 01.02.2012 00:53, Marcus Moeller wrote:
No, we using 'mirror.yandex.ru' mirror to sync our own mirror (we
usually checking hashes and CRC before switch from old to new mirror
copy). I'm actually don't know where they do their sync...
Few days ago found all our preseed-based installation stated failing
The current kernel doesn't support the Logical Volume Manager. You may
need to load the lvm-mod module.
1) Preseed was untouched
2) We didn't download newer initrd/vmlinuz and using saved images to
your servers (some days before they works fine for long time, now stops)
3) Inside VM it's possible to load dm-mod (initrd/vmlinuz match)
4) After loading module and returning back to installator same error
I think something has been changed inside some udebs, but I have no
skills to debug logs. Just in case syslog of installer:
The most strage thing: Wheezy and Squeezy (!) installers both was
broken. I feel somehow lost due 'stable' regression.
Are you using the kernel.org mirror? This one seems to be out of sync
atm. I had the same problem, which has been solved by downloading the
images form an up2date mirror.
I was not able to solve which package is broken... partman-lvm?