Op 30-10-13 17:38, John Doe schreef: > From: Johan Vermeulen <jvermeulen at cawdekempen.be> > >> no I see I have /dev/md/md_d0 /dev/md_d0p1 /dev/md_d0p2 >> I don't know what is what.... > Not sure what you did with lvm but I would say that md_d0 is > the (raid) device and md_d0p* are its partitions... > Just do fdisk -l /dev/md/md_d0 (or gdisk). > > JD > _______________________________________________ > CentOS mailing list > CentOS at centos.org > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos Hello All, fdisk -l was what I needed to bring clarity in the name-issue. By now I tried this on a just-installed Centos6.4, updated machine, this time with partitions instead of lvm. I was able to follow the wiki all the way without EM /etc/fstab now reads //dev/md_d0p3 root /dev/md_d0p1 home / and so on. I adapted /etc/grub.conf to /root=/dev/md_d0p3/ and deleted the rd_NO_MD and ran the dracut commands. BUT when rebooting I get : /dracut warning : No root device "block:/dev/md_d0p" found./ searching through all the files, I see that /dev/mapper only contains control in stead of the usual links. Could this be the issue? And if it is, how can I generate or manualy add the usual links in this file? Greetings, J.