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This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Search this Thread 04-28-2008, 03:09 PM #1 JevidL LQ Newbie Registered: Aug 2003 Location: Ann Arbor, MI Distribution: Gentoo Linux Posts: 14 Rep: Centos kernel upgrade breaks dmraid on Should I just ignore that? Currently it uses root=LABEL=/ This appears to be a definite bug in the updated kernel. http://supportcanonprinter.com/failed-to/the-ext4-file-system-creation-in-partition-1-0-0-0-sda-failed.html

Anyway, since I'd failed to get the two RAID disks back in sync, and since it was a fresh install anyway, I zapped the RAID volume in BIOS and recreated it, Did you read the rest of my post? It takes many time and trouble, I finally stabilized it. SOftware raid is not a good choice if you want cutting edge kernel and software. 3Ware makes some great SATA hardware raid cards.

Fsck.ext4 Unable To Resolve Uuid Centos

I do not know this method is general to all environments, but this will be hint to someone that have same problem. It seems that LABEL= refers /dev/sda (first detected?). In conclusion, mkinitrd generated wrong init script, I think. And if three is no raid - output of dmraid -s -c - i 'no raid disk' is being cycled through loop.

After I posted here, I found that this was reported at RedHat Bugzilla: Bug 349161 - Missing entries in the init script ... I copied new initrd into USB, then boot from DVD(rescue, no detection CentOS), copied from sdb6(used) into sda6 using dd, reboot again(rescue, detection), and copied img into /boot. I've booted the system to /dev/sda a few times now, so the /var and .bash_history and other stuff will be out of sync with /dev/sdb, as well as the need to Kpartx Create Partition Browse other questions tagged partition scientific-linux or ask your own question.

It can be deactivated using "swapoff /dev/sdxx". Kpartx Examples This is what gave me the kernel panic. BLKRRPART only works on a disk that does not have any partitions in use, hence, the error about informing the kernel of the changes, and suggesting you reboot. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org?

CPU-optimized Linux-ck packages @ Repo-ck • AUR packages • Zsh and other configs Offline #10 2013-11-06 20:20:43 karol Archivist Registered: 2009-05-06 Posts: 25,436 Re: [SOLVED] swap error on boot miky76 wrote:How Man Kpartx See comment #15 and #16. It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit. Host adapter 4 (ahci) found.

  1. Note that this thread is almost three years old.
  2. reboot after install immediately into rescue mode).
  3. PS: In addition, I needed to modify /etc/fstab that /boot and swap should used RAID volume instead of LABEL= partition.
  4. As a result, it may not reflect all of your changes until after reboot. [[email protected] ~]# [[email protected] ~]# [[email protected] ~]# [[email protected] ~]# parted /dev/sda print Model: ATA Hitachi HTS72503 (scsi) Disk
  5. Notice that dracut relies on the exact error message too.
  6. As you mentioned as >No RAID sets and with names: "isw_eieaghiei_Volume0" I also had similar message.
  7. Note the lack of the partition delimiter.

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I haven't set any firewall, although I installed iptables when installing Archlinux. http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/newbie/147261-solved-unable-boot-after-sucessfull-installation-centos-5-2-a.html Last edited by karol (2013-11-06 20:05:26) Offline #3 2013-11-06 20:05:50 graysky Member From: The worse toilet in Scotland Registered: 2008-12-01 Posts: 8,881 Website Re: [SOLVED] swap error on boot karol wrote:Is Fsck.ext4 Unable To Resolve Uuid Centos Comment 7 Bill Nottingham 2009-10-07 11:34:27 EDT *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 527726 *** Note You need to log in before you can comment on Kpartx Multipath I've realised that probably the reason the RAID volume of the previous installation never not back into sync is simply because I forgot to use dd on the swap partitions, since

Top atjr Posts: 6 Joined: 2008/03/27 14:55:28 Re: add new disk and system boot fails Quote Postby atjr » 2011/07/21 14:41:41 last update as last blkid comand /dev/sdb: TYPE="promise_fasttrack_raid_member"after i try http://supportcanonprinter.com/failed-to/failed-to-locate-volume-with-uuid.html Open Source Communities Comments Helpful 2 Follow The kpartx command fails to add parition mapping to multipath devices when using partition delimiter 'p' Solution Verified - Updated 2016-08-11T14:21:20+00:00 - English No Join Date May 2009 Posts 4 [SOLVED] Unable to boot after sucessfull installation - Centos 5.2 Hi, I'm on the process of moving to Linux and just installed Centos 5 on Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started Kpartx Failed To Stat()

The time now is 09:44 PM. Hi, thanks for your suggestions. Home | New | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help | NewAccount | Log In [x] | Forgot Password Login: [x] | Report Bugzilla Bug Legal Red Hat http://supportcanonprinter.com/failed-to/the-ext4-file-system-creation-in-partition-1-of-scsi1-0-0-0-sda-failed.html Its not a GRUB Problem because grub is giving control to kernel correctly.

if i want to add my 2nd disk.Cheer. Kernel Failed To Reread The Partition Table I modified /etc/fstab so that it does not contain "LABEL"s as follows. Comment 11 Bill Nottingham 2009-10-19 12:49:57 EDT Either that or 9.02 (not yet released) in the next couple of days.

Boot up from LiveCD, mount /boot partition and post the contents of /grub/menu.lst file here.

root=/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 ... Any help would be much appreciated, thanks. I'm assuming it's working fine then? Kpartx Vmdk New Users: Read This First 05-27-2009 #3 pojo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined!

The comments ought to make it clear what's going on. Here's a slightly different approach - this works for me on a non-dmraid box. Note that it is safe to simply rely on the "no raid disks" string though, dmraid does not come with any translations, I don't even think it uses gettext at all. navigate here Comment 1 Hans de Goede 2009-10-07 10:31:01 EDT Good one, ack Comment 2 Bill Nottingham 2009-10-07 11:34:27 EDT *** Bug 527553 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

Comment 4 Michal Schmidt 2009-10-07 18:00:40 EDT (In reply to comment #3) > Relying on dmraid to consistently have that exact error message seems like a > bad idea. Having a problem logging in? I see comment #15 has no mention of /etc/fstab, so maybe if I'd got the init fix right first time, it would have worked. boot on a system where dmraid is not used 2.

If it doesn't show anything, run `swapon /dev/sda2` and post your fstab. Arch Linux HomePackagesForumsWikiBugsAURDownload Index Rules Search Register Login You are not logged in.