|Summary:||Bug 3360 all over again. (raidadd being used without raidstart)|
|Product:||[Retired] Red Hat Raw Hide||Reporter:||Jay Freeman <saurik>|
|Component:||initscripts||Assignee:||Bill Nottingham <notting>|
|Status:||CLOSED WONTFIX||QA Contact:|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
|Doc Text:||Story Points:||---|
|Last Closed:||1999-07-15 16:46:58 UTC||Type:||---|
|oVirt Team:||---||RHEL 7.3 requirements from Atomic Host:|
Description Jay Freeman 1999-07-10 18:04:20 UTC
Why can't we just do something like this (diff from initscripts-4.24-1): 267,269c267,271 < # Add raid devices, old style... < if [ -f /proc/mdstat -a -f /etc/raidtab -a - x /sbin/raidadd ]; then < action "Starting up RAID devices" raidadd -a --- > # Add/Start raid devices > if [ -f /proc/mdstat -a -f /etc/raidtab ]; then > rc=0 > if [ -x /sbin/raidadd ]; then > action "Starting up RAID devices" raidadd -a 271c273 < rc=$? --- > rc=$? 273,274c275,280 < if [ $rc = 0 ]; then < raidrun -a --- > if [ $rc = 0 ]; then > raidrun -a > rc=$? > fi > elif [ -x /sbin/raidstart ]; then > action "Starting up RAID devices" raidstart -a That should work for everyone. What's really strange about how the latest initscripts are dealing with raid is that it doesn't even match with the version of raidtools that is installed with the system. After bug 3360 I wasn't expecting this to be a problem anymore so I stopped checking the rc.sysinit to see if it had a raidstart in it, freaked when I couldn't boot up :). (btw, there should be a page showing correct usage of the bug system so that people like me know whether we should file a new bug or simply attach things to the end of other ones (since we can't reopen bugs we don't own...))
Comment 1 Bill Nottingham 1999-07-12 16:21:59 UTC
FWIW, unified diffs have the advantage of being more human legible, as well as being much more amenable to being extracted from the HTML page. The code in rc.sysinit is for backwards compatibility only; if you have the old-style raid partitions, it's used, in which case you need the old raid tools anyways. If you have the new-style raid, it should be autostarted...
Comment 2 Jay Freeman 1999-07-12 16:39:59 UTC
The RAID partitions are only autodetected if you specified: persistent-superblock 1 :in your raidtab file when you created the raid set. If you did not, then they must be manually started by reading from the raidtab file. You also have to make the partition id's for the drives 0xFD (something I didn't know until today when I went researching to see if there was something I missed, thanks :) ). BUT, it is of course possible that people might not have flaged their RAID drives with the persistant superblock when they created them which would require them to recreate them in order to have autodetection work.
Comment 3 Cristian Gafton 1999-07-15 16:46:59 UTC
We will only support the raid devices that were created with the autodetection enabled. If you do it any other way, you are on your own. This is the path that the RAID code is envolving anyway.