|Subject:||Re: grub-setup: error: no mapping exists for ... in GRUB2 v1.97.1 on fake (IMSM) RAID|
|Date:||Sun, 27 Dec 2009 17:50:35 -0800 (PST)|
Thanks for your reply.
What the OROM says is that both of my volumes are bootable.
/dev/md126 corresponds to Volume0, and its first partition (ext4) has the boot flag set.
My problem is that I cannot get grub2 installed on the device at all. I did try, as you suggested, to set
in the device.map file and then issue
> grub-install --modules=raid /dev/md126
but I still get the same error message(s):
grub-probe: error: no mapping exists for 'md126'
grub-setup: error: no mapping exists for 'md126'
What is interesting is that, at the grub shell, I can do
grub> probe -l (hd0,1)
it returns "OS" which is the label I set for it, so the device can, under certain circumstances, definitely be detected. Nevertheless, grub-install does not seem to behave the same way.
--- On Sun, 12/27/09, Michael Evans <address@hidden> wrote:
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