Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 472011
Initrd generated for the pre-build kernel don't work with raid anymore.
Last modified: 2009-01-09 01:49:47 EST
Description of problem:
/boot raid 1
/ raid 5
/home raid 5
/home/ftp raid 5
swap raid 0
All software raid using md and lvm volumes.
The last kernel that worked "out of the box" was:
The later kernels have a faulty initrd.
The diff follows:
Only in initrd.work/bin: mdadm
diff: initrd/dev/ram: No such file or directory
diff: initrd.work/dev/ram: No such file or directory
Only in initrd.work/etc: mdadm.conf
diff -r initrd/init initrd.work/init
> echo "Loading xor.ko module"
> insmod /lib/xor.ko
> echo "Loading async_tx.ko module"
> insmod /lib/async_tx.ko
> echo "Loading async_memcpy.ko module"
> insmod /lib/async_memcpy.ko
> echo "Loading async_xor.ko module"
> insmod /lib/async_xor.ko
> echo "Loading raid456.ko module"
> insmod /lib/raid456.ko
> echo "Loading raid0.ko module"
> insmod /lib/raid0.ko
< resume LABEL=/SWAP
> mdadm -As --auto=yes --run /dev/md2
> mdadm -As --auto=yes --run /dev/md1
> resume /dev/md1
< mkrootdev -t ext3 -o defaults,ro LABEL=/
> mkrootdev -t ext3 -o defaults,ro /dev/md2
Binary files initrd/lib/aic7xxx.ko and initrd.work/lib/aic7xxx.ko differ
Only in initrd.work/lib: async_memcpy.ko
Only in initrd.work/lib: async_tx.ko
Only in initrd.work/lib: async_xor.ko
Binary files initrd/lib/ata_generic.ko and initrd.work/lib/ata_generic.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/ehci-hcd.ko and initrd.work/lib/ehci-hcd.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/ext3.ko and initrd.work/lib/ext3.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/jbd.ko and initrd.work/lib/jbd.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/libata.ko and initrd.work/lib/libata.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/libglib-2.0.so.0.1400.6 and initrd.work/lib/libglib-2.0.so.0.1400.6 differ
Binary files initrd/lib/mbcache.ko and initrd.work/lib/mbcache.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/ohci-hcd.ko and initrd.work/lib/ohci-hcd.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/pata_acpi.ko and initrd.work/lib/pata_acpi.ko differ
Only in initrd.work/lib: raid0.ko
Only in initrd.work/lib: raid456.ko
Binary files initrd/lib/sata_nv.ko and initrd.work/lib/sata_nv.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/scsi_mod.ko and initrd.work/lib/scsi_mod.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/scsi_transport_spi.ko and initrd.work/lib/scsi_transport_spi.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/scsi_wait_scan.ko and initrd.work/lib/scsi_wait_scan.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/sd_mod.ko and initrd.work/lib/sd_mod.ko differ
Binary files initrd/lib/uhci-hcd.ko and initrd.work/lib/uhci-hcd.ko differ
Only in initrd.work/lib: xor.ko
Only in initrd.work/sbin: mdadm
Binary files initrd/usr/lib/libdhcp6client-0.10.so.0 and initrd.work/usr/lib/libdhcp6client-0.10.so.0 differ
Where initrd is the one that comes when installing kernel-188.8.131.52-49.fc8.
And the initrd.work is the one that comes with kernel-184.108.40.206-85.fc8.
Before the 220.127.116.11-49 the update have worked without any problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Setup a system as described above.
2. Run "yum update" to get a new kernel.
3. reboot and you kernel will freak out ;-)
Working initrd so Im able to boot.
I have isolated the problem to be that I use LABELS for defining devices in my fstab.
LABEL=euforia/ / ext3 defaults 1 1
If i change to:
/dev/md2 / ext3 defaults 1 1
It worked on mkinitrd versions before 5.0.32-2 i think because that was the last one i update to.
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