|Subject:||Re: grub-setup: error: no mapping exists for ... in GRUB2 v1.97.1 on fake (IMSM) RAID|
|Date:||Sun, 3 Jan 2010 20:29:43 -0800 (PST)|
|Thanks for your help. Please see my further questions below.|
--- On Mon, 12/28/09, Felix Zielcke <address@hidden> wrote:
In my understanding the superblock of the container has "imsm" metadata, which is different from the v0.9x and v1.x versions. Please take a look at the outputs obtained by
> mdadm -D /dev/md12
attached to this message.
Based on your input, I cannot make this work, right?
So it works for RAID 1, and it is "broken" for the other RAID levels?
Would I need to be able to achieve all this as I am assembling the RAID devices?
Thanks, I'll give it a shot once I get a better grasp of what I'm doing.
But my device is not "mdraid" type device, is it? The kernel does not detect it as it loads and starts running. The "mdraid" devices would be formed of "fd" type partitions, would they not?
OK, I understand this. But then I must ask, how come the grub shell (got into by booting from a usb key) lists (hdX,Y) devices for all these "imsm" contained devices and partitions?
Thanks again for your help,
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