Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 460996
After kernelupdate dmraid does not work (ESB2 with LSI Firmware)
Last modified: 2009-07-14 13:06:23 EDT
Description of problem:
After the kernelupdate I see instead of one RAID1
( /dev/mapper/ddf1_........ ) two single disks ( /dev/sda , /dev/sdb )
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
184.108.40.206-108.fc9.x86_64, but the error might be also in a previous
Fedora 9 was installed out of the box on a FSC rx200s4
( ESB2 with LSI firmware, 2 SATA discs combined to a RAID1 )
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Installation with defaults, except of a default partitioning I
allocated 3 primary partitions ( /boot "root" and swap ).
2. After installation the RAID1 is accessible via dmraid.
3. After this I upgraded the system with the actual fixes, which included
After boot of the new kernel I see 2 separate disks (/dev/sda /dev/sdb)
instead of one RAID1 ( /dev/mapper/ddf1........ )
Seeing one RAID1 like kernel 2.6.25-14.fc9.x86_64 still sees.
I tried also an installation with rhel 5.1 and 5.2,
the installation on RAID1 works, but after first boot I see
Installation of fedora 10 fails, product installs but first boot
Test with rhel5.3 snap3 still has the problem !
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