Re: Kernel compilation problem
The kernel version I'm using (which sees my 2.7T drives) is 4.9.0-7-amd,
I can provide the .config file for 4.17.11, if needed.
On 08/01/2018 11:37 PM, Taren wrote:
I'm running Stretch, with kernel 220.127.116.11, and am trying to compile a
new kernel (preferably 4.17.11) into which I can boot.
The kernel builds successfully, but whenever I try booting into the
new kernel, I end up in emergency mode, with the error
Unit dev-disk-by\x2duuid-<uuid>.device has failed.
The result is timeout.
This device is anmd device, with two mirrors (each 2.7T in size). The
submirrors are present when I boot into 18.104.22.168 (installed when the
system was built).
However, they do not appear to be visible under any kernel which I
build and try to boot into.
I've tried setting LBDAF in the kernel configuration, but that
requires that a 32bit kernel be built (and x64 deselected), and I'm
running on an AMD 8350 chip, which is x86_64.
Kernel 22.214.171.124 does not have LBDAF set (and x64 is set), yet it's able
to see my 2.7T drives, and my raid device mounts with no problem.
Would someone point me in the correct direction for configuring a new
kernel, so that my 2T+ drives are visible?