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Bug#651624: Booting from zfs root seems to not work 8.3 and 10.0 however work

Robert Millan <rmh@debian.org> writes:
> retitle 651624 sometimes device nodes disappear after a reboot, making
> them inaccessible to root file system
> thanks
> El 10 d’abril de 2012 17:38, Robert Millan <rmh@debian.org> ha escrit:
>> Some tests that could confirm this, when any of us hits the problem again:
>>  - When you get the mount error, type "?" in mountroot prompt.  It
>> should give you a list of device nodes (e.g. ada0s2, ada0s1, ada0...).
>>  If it's empty, that's the reason it can't mount the ZFS root.
> Confirmed: the list is empty.  The device nodes aren't present.
> Furthermore, rebooting doesn't help but shutdown fixes the problem.
> Christoph, I only hit this problem in VirtualBox.  Did you experience
> it with real hardware, also VM...?

I am experiencing this on real hardware (Thinkpad X220) and I also for
clean boots (not rebooting).



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