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Re: failed to detect hard drive



Michael, You cannot get a stock linux kernel to work with the Raidzone
products. The only way we've found to actually upgrade the raidzone
products is by going through raidzone.

We have learned our lesson and will NEVER EVER purchased a raidzone
product again.

-Brent


On Tue, 4 Mar 2003, Michael Keenan wrote:

> I have a Raidzone cube (www.raidzone.com) that is built with a custom
> driver to work with their hardware. I have compiled a new kernel for the
> boot.img disk and added the related devices into the initrd image.
> anaconda will start, however it fails to detect the drive.
>
> the specific error is "No hard drives have been found."
>
> the raid devices are:
> /dev/rza:   block special (116/0)
> /dev/rza1:  block special (116/1)
> ..
>
> the drive _is_ being detected by the kernel and can be seen with fdisk
> from VT2.
>
> i tried coaxing anaconda into thinking it to be an ide device by changing
> the names of the devices to /dev/hdeXX, but that failed as well (which i
> figured it would after briefly looking at loader.c)
>
> how might i get anaconda to use this device? what i would like to do is
> upgrade the installation already on there. is there another automated way
> other than anaconda to do that?
>
>
> thanks
>
> M<
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