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SubjectRe: Upgrade to recent 2.6.35 & 2.6.36 kernel causing boot failure with nv dmraid
On 11/04/2010 12:53 AM, David C. Rankin wrote:
<big snip>
> something got broke with the way the kernel inits the dmraid arrays resulting in
> grub thinking it is reading beyond some partition boundary or a corrupt
> partition table. Neither are correct, because simply booting an older kernel
> works fine.

Anybody have even a guess on this one? I guarantee you, your guess will be much
appreciated. (see the original post for details) Thanks.

Also, if this post isn't appropriate for the list, I apologize. I was referred
here by the Arch Linux devs to see if I could find out what may be causing the
boot failures.

As always, any help is much appreciated.

David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.

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