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SubjectRaid 1/upgrade to 2.2.16
Installed Redhat 6.2. Set up 6 md's as Raid 1 during installation going
across two 9 gig scsi drives. Installation went perfectly. Decided to
upgrade to 2.2.16. Went through the regular steps to installing a kernel.
Included the Raid 1 support, SCSI support, and initrd support in xconfig.
Made the 2.2.16 kernel as "newlinux" in lilo. Copied initrd-2.2.14-5.0.img
to init-2.2.16.0.img for the ramdisk. Relinked System.map to the System.map
made by the make dep. Relinked Linux in /usr/src to the new kernel area.

Now, all that being said, when I boot up the newlinux in lilo, I get this:

<cut>
Loading ncr53c8xx module
/lib/ncr53c8xx.o: kernel-module version mismatch
/lib/ncr53c8xx.o was compiled for kernel version 2.2.14-5.0
while this kernel version is 2.2.16.

Loading raid1 module
/lib/raid1.o: kernel-module version mismatch
/lib/raid1.o was compiled for kernel version 2.2.14-5.0
while this kernel version is 2.2.16.

Opps! Unable to load md0
KERNEL PANIC: Unable to load root filesystem at 09:00
<end cut>

I have tried a few things to "attempt" and patch the raid and scsi drivers,
but nothing seems to work. Have a missed a step somewhere or are there new
drivers/patches I should be looking for? I have tried installing
raidtools-19990824-0.90, but to no avail.

The Software-Raid-HOWTO does explain somethings, however it is based upon
making the raid from scratch once you are logged into the system on regular
sdaX or hdaX partitions. Do I have to set raid up in this manner in order to
get this working?

Sorry for posting this to 3 different mailing lists, but this seems to
relate to all three.

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