[CentOS] Re: CentOS /boot kernel files removed after rpm upgrades

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Nov 28 22:13:59 UTC 2007

on 11/28/2007 12:30 PM Dave spake the following:
> Hello,
>    Forgive this if it's a repost.
>    The issue with my kernel has been solved, but now i have an out of 
> synchronization raid1 array. To fix the original problem i had to boot 
> in rescue mode, i uninstalled and reinstalled the kernel, that put the 
> files back in /boot, but it didn't put the grub.conf back together. So i 
> got one from another centos box and added in what i needed. I rebooted, 
> now i'm getting errors from md, the array is out of sync. Anyone have a 
> fix for this?
> Thanks.
What is the exact error?
cat /proc/mdstat  might give some clues.

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