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Thread: Kernel-default-2.6.27.29 is unable to boot with / on lvm

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    ogehlert NNTP User

    Angry Kernel-default-2.6.27.29 is unable to boot with / on lvm

    Starting with 2.6.27.25, the default kernel can no longer be used when / is on an lvm . The message is something like 'LVM lvm_name can not be found'
    The pae-kernel can boot from lvm without any problems

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    Default Re: Kernel-default-2.6.27.29 is unable to boot with / on lvm

    Try editing "fstab", Edit/modify LVM entries in it.

    I had that problem earlier on Fedora OS. Your fstab is unstable I guess.

    Regards,
    Amey.


    Quote Originally Posted by ogehlert View Post
    Starting with 2.6.27.25, the default kernel can no longer be used when / is on an lvm . The message is something like 'LVM lvm_name can not be found'
    The pae-kernel can boot from lvm without any problems

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    ogehlert NNTP User

    Default Re: Kernel-default-2.6.27.29 is unable to boot with / on lvm

    Hi,

    my fstab did work with the earlier kernels and does still work with the pae-kernel.
    What entries in fstab should be changed then?

    Thanks
    Oliver

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