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Re: ext4 filesystem on lvm on raid causes boot to enter emergency shell

Bug report Bug#782793  has all the details…

Any help will be appreciated…

On Apr 17, 2015, at 3:14 PM, Rick Thomas <rbthomas@pobox.com> wrote:

> When /etc/fstab has an ext4 filesystem on a logical volume which is itself
> on a software raid, the system times out waiting for (I think!) fsck on that filesystem.
> This causes the boot to drop into the emergency shell.
> If I just type “^D” and allow the boot to continue, the filesystem is mounted but never fsck-ed.

Actually, on closer examination of the logs, it appears that the filesystem does finally get fsck-ed.

But there’s still the annoyance of dropping into emergency shell…

> Does anybody have a work-around for this bug so that the filesystem gets properly fsck-ed and I don’t have to go to the console to type ‘^D’ every time I need to boot the system?
> Thanks!
> Rick

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