Control: found -1 20170407 Control: tag -1 moreinfo Hi, Al Grimstad <email@example.com> (2017-05-11): > Package: debian-installer > Version: RC3 > Severity: normal Setting the right version. > After performing an installation of Stretch RC3, the installation will not > boot. > > The problem is that grub is not being invoked correctly. My hardware is two > SATA drives configured as a single RAID1 array and this array used for one > lvm volume group. Root (which contains /boot and /usr) is one logical volume. > > At the end of the installation I used the installer interface to write the > MBR to BOTH /dev/sda and /dev/sdb. Did writing to both /dev/sda and /dev/sdb work or report a failure at this point? Also, when you say installer interface, you mean answering the grub-installer prompt during the installation process, rather than switching to a console and typing commands there, right? > To fix the problem, I used the installer cd to go into recovery mode. > In this mode I was able to write the MBR to /dev/sda and /dev/sdb and > the installation now boots normally. > > My hardware is intel 64 bit on an ASUS mobo. The kernel is > vmlinuz-4.9.0-2-amd64. Please provide installation logs (/var/log/installer has them), esp. syslog, as we would expect from installation reports (see  for more info). 1. https://www.debian.org/releases/jessie/amd64/ch05s04.html.en#problem-report I haven't tried LVM-on-RAID1 without separate /boot yet, so I'm not sure it's expected to work directly; but I know for sure that LVM-on-RAID1 with separate /boot should work just fine. KiBi.
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