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Re: Volgroup00 not found



On Fri, 2008-12-12 at 15:06 -0600, Richard Shaw wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 1:41 PM, Stephen Berg (Contractor)
> <stephen berg ctr nrlssc navy mil> wrote:
> > Braden McDaniel wrote:
> >>
> >> Quoting "Joseph L. Casale" <JCasale activenetwerx com>:
> >>
> >>>> After installing F10 and rebooting, I get "Volgroup00 not found".
> >>>>
> >>>> I installed F10 over an existing Fedora installation. (I did not
> >>>> perform an upgrade.) I can boot to rescue mode and things seem to be
> >>>> mounted okay under /mnt/sysimage. What can I do to fix this?
> >>>
> >>> Bad initrd maybe? What storage controller are you using? You might boot
> >>> to the rescue disc and regenerate it adding a --with={module_name}...
> >>
> >> It's a 3ware 9550SXU-4LP.
> >>
> >> What module name do I need?
> >>
> > Probably 3w_9xxx, that's the module I see running on a system with a 3Ware
> > 9500S 8 port SATA RAID adapter.
> >
> 
> I had the same problem but with a MB/CPU swapout. I ended up just
> installing from scratch. Wasn't a bid deal since I have a separate
> home partition (which is not in an LVM). It was kind of frustrating
> though. Like the OP, rescue found the volume group fine. Nothing
> special on my end just onboard SATA (AMD 770) on the new computer and
> nForce4 SATA on the old.

A clean install is how I got here. :-/

Well, "clean install" doesn't include completely recreating the LVM
group; I *really* don't want to do that.

The fact that the volumes are accessible in rescue mode suggests to me
that there's no fundamental compatibility problem; rather, I think
something's just not getting loaded at the right time.  I've filed this
bug on the issue:

  http://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=476337

I'm not sure if it should be against mkinitrd or kernel (or something
else); for the moment it's filed against the first.

I decided to try the upgrade route instead. I did a clean install of
Fedora 9; then did a yum upgrade to 10. Unfortunately, I have exactly
the same problem. But this time, there's a left over kernel from Fedora
9 that I can boot to. Booting to this kernel works; though it's not
without its (unrelated) side effects.

-- 
Braden McDaniel                           e-mail: <braden endoframe com>
<http://endoframe.com>                    Jabber: <braden jabber org>



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