Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 428130
Strange messages with RAID1 volume in system
Last modified: 2008-12-12 11:16:13 EST
Steps to reproduce:
Connect 2 HDD SATA disks
Create RAID Volume with configuration
RAID Level: RAID1
Perform OS installation with partition layout:
/boot partition on /dev/mapper/isw_XXXXXXXX_Volume0 with size 100MB and file
system ext3 (as Primary Partition)
swap partition on /dev/mapper/isw_ XXXXXXXX _Volume0 with size 4096MB (as
/ partition on /dev/mapper/isw_ XXXXXXXX _Volume0 with remaining hdd capacity
and file system ext3 (as Primary Partition)
During booting OS strange warning occurred (screen shot in attachments):
No RAID disks and with names: "isw_XXXXXXXX_Volume0"
Dialed to stat() /dev/mapper/isw_XXXXXXXX_Volume0
Apart from that OS boots properly.
After executing shell command fdisk -l there is no info about
There is no isw_XXXXXXXX_Volume0 device in /dev/mapper folder.
After executing command dmraid -r below mentioned info occurs
/dev/sda: isw, "isw_cbcbgiiigj", GROUP, ok, 488397166 sectors, data@ 0
/dev/sdb: isw, "isw_cbcbgiiigj", GROUP, ok, 488397166 sectors, data@ 0
This error occurs in:
- RHEL 5.1 Beta Client Snap6
- RHEL 5.1 Beta Client Snap6 x64
- RHEL 5.1 Beta Server Snap6
- RHEL 5.1 Beta Server Snap6 x64
if this is fixed for you in 5., I'll close this.
please reopen, if still an issue.
(In reply to comment #3)
> please reopen, if still an issue.
We can't reproduce this on snap5.