Linux kernel upgrade & udev
I just did a kernel upgrade from 2.6.8 to 2.6.15, but I do have my
root partition on a RAID 1 config, and the initramfs stops with a
message about /dev/md0 not existing.
There is a problem of timing, udev waits too much to create the scsi
devices /dev/sd[abc], so I did an script to wait for this files to
appear in /dev, which I installed on
My question is: is there a better way to do this (i.e. more generic
way) to syncronize the bootscripts on initrd and udev ?
If a generic solution is found it could be applied to udev
installation, instead of making custom scripts waiting for specific
files to appear in /dev
Jose Luis Rey