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[Bug 630434] Server refuses to boot, while used iSCSI based non "/" file system is not available.
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  • Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2010 15:30:17 +0000
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Dennis Olsson <DOlsson@xxxxxx> changed:

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--- Comment #13 from Dennis Olsson <DOlsson@xxxxxx> 2010-09-15 17:30:16 CEST ---
Hmm? What exactly has initrd to do with this? I was under the impression that
you're trying to mount an iSCSI device via /etc/fstab, ie _after_ initrd has
run and the 'normal' SYSV init runs.
Is that correct?

Well, yes, that is what I am trying to.

The problem is just that "open-iscsi" is started *after* "boot.localfs", which
means that "fsck" bails out, while the file systems from the iSCSI devices (in
my case "/data" and "/home") are not available.

On the other hand, if "open-iscsi" had already been started in "initrd" (as is
the case, if "/" is on an iSCSI device), the iSCSI devices that holds the file
systems would be available at the time, when "boot.localfs" is being executed,
and everything would run as it should.

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