Description of problem:
I have RAID bus controller: Promise Technology, Inc. PDC20270 (FastTrak100
LP/TX2/TX4) (rev 01) and 2 HDD 40GB configured as RAID0 on this card.
I make: dmarid -ay and later dmraid -s
[root@localhost boot]# dmraid -s
*** Active Set
name : pdc_hahbfbhb
size : 156330496
stride : 128
type : stripe
status : ok
devs : 2
spares : 0
then i can mount /dev/mapper/pdc_hahbfbhb as normal hdd storage.
so i mount: mount /dev/mapper/pdc_hahbfbhb /mnt/raid0-promise
So i can write and read from my RAID0 volume.
I want to discover this raid volume in a boot process of my f7
so i make: mkinitrd /boot/initrd-188.8.131.52-41.fc7.2.img 184.108.40.206-41.fc7
and edit grub.conf to change from this mkinitrd
/boot/initrd-220.127.116.11-41.fc7.2.img 18.104.22.168-41.fc7 to this mkinitrd
And reboot to see, if my RAID0 volume will be discovered.
After reboot i se this info in dmesg:
device-mapper: ioctl: 4.11.0-ioctl (2006-10-12) initialised: firstname.lastname@example.org
device-mapper: table: 253:0: striped: Couldn't parse stripe destination
device-mapper: ioctl: error adding target to table
In coresponding initrd file i have:
dm create pdc_hahbfbhb 0 156330496 stiped 2 128 8:80 0 8:96 0
dm partadd pdc_hahbfbhb
But in /dev/mapper there is only this file: control.
What is going on ?
It is bug or my misconfiguration ?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The latest form Fedora7 repos
For me always with my PROMISE FASTRAK RAID CARD
Steps to Reproduce:
RAID0 device isn't discovered in boot process.
RAID0 device is discovered in boot process, as a proof: in /dev/mapper should be
this files: pdc_hahbfbhb pdc_hahbfbhb1 so i can add them to /etc/fstab as mount
This looks exactly like the problem I'm having here:
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