Les Mikesell wrote:
I wish that was the problem but alas, I checked, all the partitions are set to 0xfd, and the rescue disk is automatically assembling them.jeff bubble org wrote:I've again run into a problem with RAID-1 on my system. I can mount all the raid volumes using the linux rescue boot option from the install CD.[...]it appears as the mdadm is not starting properly or assembling the array properly. Can anybody confirm if the init file appears correct? I tried modifying the mdadm line to remove the /dev/md3 (and 6) and it tried to assemble all the volumes but said that /dev/mdX (listed allmy array volums) didn't exist with "mdadm: no devices found for /dev/md..."This is probably too obvious to mention, but are the underlying partition types set to FD (raid autodetect). I don't see why they'd work from the rescue boot if they aren't though unless you are assembling them by hand.