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[dm-devel] Probably broken device mapper in latest vanilla kernel



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Hello.

I tried latest vanilla kernel 2.6.25_rc1 on the friend's notebook. The
root partition is set on LVM and this kernel don't see it when booting.
It doesn't creates /dev/mapper directory. The device mapper is probably
broken in that kernel. The machine boots seamlessly with the latest
2.6.24 kernel.

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