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Old 07-23-2010, 07:15 AM
Jussi Hirvi
Default Fsck on mdraid array - SOLVED


Ok, as many of you pointed out, the raid arrays did not start
automatically on "linux rescue" boot (when not mounting the arrays).

I followed Mogens' advice: I let linux rescue mount the arrays, then
checked /etc/mtab and unmounted everything. After that fsck run ok.

(Turned out the filesystems were ok, so my problem must lie elsewhere.)

- Jussi

On 22.7.2010 11.54, Mogens Kjaer wrote:
> You could try to let the rescue dvd mount the partitions.
> Then you can umount them and fsck.
> I don't think that the rescue disk assembles the RAID partitions
> unless they are going to be mounted.
> Mogens

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