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[Bug 445490] boot stops on mounting a software RAID - Invalid root filesystem
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  • Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 05:13:49 -0700 (MST)
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User joe_morris@xxxxxxx added comment

--- Comment #30 from Joe Morris <joe_morris@xxxxxxx> 2009-01-09 05:13:48 MST
I may need to eat my words. I checked earlier our 10.3 server with udevinfo
(10.3 doesn't have udevadm) and I found out only md0 on that box had ID_FS_XXXX
info (it has 4 raid 1. I am waiting for this bug to be fixed before I upgrade
it to 11.1). It also only had the link to md0 in by-uuid, but by-id had them
all. I would be willing to test to see if booting by-id would work. What all
would need changed? Menu.lst? Fstab? rebuild initrd, anything else?

Just tried Yast Partitioner, by-id is greyed out, so it is not an option. UUID
is an option, but I cannot imagine trying to remember its name for any
/dev/disk/by-uuid/a2d3f2bf-eaec-45a0-b843-55b15f037d83. From the above,
though, it looks like it uses ID_FS_UUID to get it, not MD_UUID. Without the
echo change > /sys/block/md0/uevent though there is no ID_FS_UUID present.
There is MD_UUID.

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