Re: Cannot boot from root lvm volume: lvm2 broken?
On Wed, 26 Mar 2008 20:32:50 +0100
"Benjamin Kircher" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi there,
> need some advice over here. Installed Etch from netinstall iso and upgraded
> to sid, which works flawlessly. All partitions except /boot are in a LVM
> group (even my root fs is a LVM volume). Then I removed (more precise:
> purged) 2.6.18-5-486 kernel in favor of 2.6.24-1-686. After running a
> "update-initramfs -u" and a "shutdown -r now" my box fails to boot up. It
> (nah nah nah, a lot of this not and a lot of that not, neh neh ney)
> /scripts/local-top/lvm2: line 68 tr not found
> /scripts/local-top/lvm2: line 68 sed not found
> (I guess, this part of the script tries to activate my volume group)
> /proc/mounts: fopen %s failed: No such file or directory
> Failed to create lvm type filter
> Waiting for root file system ...
> ... which my box never gets. Hereafter it throws me to a very limited shell.
> Indeed, /proc and /dev are empty ;(
> Google isn't my friend: A search found no similar messages like this. There
> are no bugs listed for the lvm2 package which describes this behavior nor
> are there any recent changes in the /scripts/local-top/lvm2 script.
> Any clues from you guys on how to proceed and hunting down this issue?
> Thanks in advance,
Hi, Did you update grub (if that's what your using)? grub install? or edit at boot?