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Old 06-10-2011, 06:02 AM
Pier Paolo
 
Default initramfs: (an)aesthetic (?) bug on crypto lvm mount on boot

*Hi all,
i have a lvm set (with root fs) on top of a dmcrypt volume, the little annoying issue is that when debian boots it attempt to mount the root lvm volume two times before asking for the crypto passphrase.



then i think something happen to the initram script between lenny, squeeze 6.0 and now 6.01a (and 6.01).

That on three different machines, all correctly behave before some upgrade... See initramfs-tools bugs, but don't understand if something similar is already reported: should i fill a bug? or maybe there is a little tweak on the init script i can do?



Thanks,
Pier Paolo.
 

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