I upgraded an opensuse server from 11.4 to 12.1. the server's boot
config includes an externally attached md RAID array for additional
Something in the switch to systemd caused the mount to fail -- and I was
never able to get the RAID array to attach on boot; doing so manually
AFTER boot worked fine.
I found this thread, which another community member posted,
"openSUSE 12.1: boot problem: Mount Race when Using Software RAID
where similar problems were identified.
The 'fix' discussed there -- to boot to init=/sbin/sysvinit instead of
systemd -- worked for the OP, and it works for me as well
Before filing it as a bug, it'd be good to get a more detailed idea of
the actual problem. Since it looks like a systemd &/or RAID issue, I
thought -kernel list would be a good place to explore & discuss.
I'd appreciate if someone in the know here could take a look at the
forum post, and maybe make a suggestion or ask some leading questions.
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