[CentOS] Kernel Upgrade and RAID Card

Ryan Nichols rnichols430 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 13 19:42:53 UTC 2008

Johnny Hughes wrote:
> Ryan Nichols wrote:
>> Johnny Hughes wrote:
>>> Ryan Nichols wrote:
>>>> Ok, I've got a RocketRAID 2300 and when i do the update of the 
>>>> kernel it breaks the raid card since the OS is on the raid card 
>>>> itself, i need to install the driver into the new kernel.. Whats 
>>>> the best way to do this? I am reading the manual from the 
>>>> manufacter, but i dont see anything as to a new kernel upgrade.
>>> If the kernel module is built from an external driver, you can just 
>>> copy it to it's place in the new kernel path and then run the command:
>>> depmod -a <version>
>>> also need to rerun mkinitd like this:
>>> mkinitrd /boot/initrd-<version>.img <version>
>> Ok, I used -f to get around that.. but now it hates my raid 
>> controller and is throwing all kinds of errors...
> If it works ok on the old kernel, it should also work OK on the new one.
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No idea, it says the OS drive is corrupt,all kinds of errors.. i hate 
this install that was recommended of putting the stupid OS on the 
rocketraid card for this very reason..

Ryan Nichols

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