[CentOS] CentOS 4.2 issues
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Tue Nov 29 15:54:28 UTC 2005
That seems to have done the trick. So yes, I had 2 drives in one
machine, 3 in the other. It was strange though, some of the
partitions that wouldn't load were on sda, some sdb and some sdc.
Anyway, thanks. I hope they fix dmraid.
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Monday, November 28, 2005, 7:16:18 PM, you wrote:
> I ran into a similar problem with the upgrade to 4.2 from 4.1, and
> help on this list pointed me to the following link:
> In my case, I had more than 1 hard drive, and the second hard drive
> wasn't usable. I had to remove, I believe, the dmraid package. You
> didn't mention whether you have 1 or more hard drives.
> On Nov 28, 2005, at 4:26 PM, Mickael Maddison wrote:
>> Hello CentOS,
>> I've just taken 2 old servers running CentOS 3.x, wiped it out, and
>> installed CentOS 4.1
>> The systems seemed to work fine with CentOS 4.1, but when I proceeded
>> to run yum -y update, all the RPM's (101) download and seem to install
>> fine - however, upon reboot, partitions such as /usr/ and /var will
>> not mount (ext3). These machines both use the Intel S875WP1 P4
>> Mainboards. Both use SATA Drives. One uses the promise controller
>> (which on install seems to find a suitable driver).
>> Anyway, I've also tried installing directly from the CentOS 4.2 Server
>> CD, same issue. Install goes fine, but bootup won't mount /var
>> Any idea what this is all about?
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