Re: md: can not impport hdb1, has active inodes!
On 3 Mar 2004 at 10:40, Neil Brown wrote:
> mkfs -t ext3 /dev/md0
> then mount /dev/md0.
> Once you have included /dev/hdc1 in an array, don't touch it again -
> just access the array (/dev/md0).
Sorry, I was being hasty in writing the Email, that's what I did,
i.e. mkfs the /dev/md0 drive. That's not the problem.
> You missed a step (step 9). You have to reboot so that /dev/md0 is
> your root device. Once you have done that and are happy with it, you
> add in /dev/hdb1 and let it resync.
Ditto: did that, no go.
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