Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 155043
unable to boot, when 2 volume groups in same discs
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:04 EST
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Description of problem:
I have an AMD64 that is run on a i386 version of FC4test2. It has nforce3 chipset and 2 sata disks. What I wanted to do is boot raid1 on primary + home and system on raid1 + tmp + not extra raid0 disk on lvm. I can configure, but when I start the computer, I get errors on e2fsck on the raid0 partitions.
the disks are in the form, first boot, then raid1 then raid0.
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Steps to Reproduce:
2. create partitions
3. boot the computer
Actual Results: I end up in having errors on boot, and on a prompt asking for root password to fix the errors
Expected Results: normal boot. This happens, if I configure boot partition and raid1 in 1 volume group with all volumes.
When I changed the raid0 to raid1, it did not help, when I still had the to LVMs on the same disks. Don't know, if adding disks would affect.
Sorry but I can't parse your "What I wanted to do" sentence.
Can you split it up to show exactly what your configuration is?
Hi, sorry, I don't remember any longer exactly, but here is the basic idea...
I have 2*200G sata disks. I want to have /boot raid 1 100M + 100G raid 1 + 200G
raid 0. And for all others than /boot, LVM.
I can create them during install, but when booting, it does not work.
Guessing this is either similar to bug 147361, or else some problem with the
raid + dm in the initscripts that got fixed some time ago.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 147361 ***