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Description of problem:
When I have a mount entry for /dev/dm-0 in /etc/fstab,
the startup script complains that /dev/dm-0 doesn't exist and
prompts root's password.
The message was something like:
*** An error occurred during the file system check.
*** Dropping you to a shell; the system will reboot
*** when you leave the shell.
If I set a noauto option to the fstab entry, or just comment it out,
things are ok except the partition is not mounted at all.
The relevant fstab entry is:
/dev/dm-0 /work ext3 defaults 1 2
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add and set up a ATARAID card with hard drives.
3. Check if the ATARAID is properly configured by `dmraid -cccs.'
4. Enable it with `dmraid -ay.'
5. Create a partition into /dev/dm-0.
6. Add a mount entry for /dev/dm-0 to /etc/fstab.
Actual Results: Stop during startup and cannot be logged in, etc. any more.
Expected Results: Startup finishes and /dev/dm-0 is correctly mounted to /work.
My ATARAID card is Promise FastTrak TX2000 and correctly detected as following:
# /sbin/dmraid -cccs
There should be a dmraid enable action in the startup scripts like:
# dmraid initialization
action $"Setting up dmraid:" /sbin/dmraid -ay
When I added the lines above into rc.sysinit,
just after LVM initialization action,
startup came to be finished and the partition was properly mounted.
But I don't know if the location is best or
how to test if any dmraid devices exist before running /sbin/dmraid,
which might be necessary.
This will be covered by adding installer support to Anaconda and enhancements to
the initscripts, which are in the works already.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 151585 ***