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    SubjectRe: md device files missing at boot time
    On Wed, 04 Jul 2007 15:32:55 +0200, Ingo Freund <linux-kernel-news@e-dict.net> wrote:

    > Hi folks,
    >
    > one of the systems I'm working with was changed (copied) from single (scsi - sda1)
    > to multiple disk (raid1) (sdb1,sdc1 --> md0).
    > When I try to boot from the new created md-device it stops with:
    > ...
    > loading reiserfs
    > "Waiting for device /dev/md0 to appear: ........ not found -- Exiting to /bin/sh
    >
    > A
    > # ls -la /dev/md*
    > shows nothing, so I understand why the "/" cannot be mounted, but
    > where are the /dev/md* files (I found them in "/lib/udev/devices")?
    >
    > The kernel is vanilla 2.6.21.5, the (I think) needed hardware and filesystem
    > drivers are built in modules and put into an initrd file for loading at boot time.
    >
    > Does anyone have an idea what I might do wrong?
    >

    Stupid question, I suppose...
    Are you sdb1,sdc1 partitions "Linux RAID _autodetect_" ?
    All my raids use the md+raid modules builtin, no initrd, so I don't know
    if you have to force load of md on the initrd, or kernel will autoload if
    you use root=/dev/md0.

    Could you post your dmesg ?

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