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Re: [suse-security] Waiting for device /dev/900 to appear
On Thursday 01 July 2004 11:40, Werner Penz wrote:
> ...you mean "experimental on 2.6.x kernel"
> OK, but switching back is not as easy (for me)
> as ist sounds ( firewall etc)
> anyway...... i NEVER put a root on a RAID.
> I reinstalled the same box, just leaving / on a normal
> partition (ext3) and all works fine..... and hoping the harddisk
> wont fail until my backup is done !
> ...a frustrated Linux User !
First of all, your problem is not security related at all, so you
simply bark at the wrong tree..
Additionally, your problem description misses any very basic
information, such as fdisk -l and cat /proc/mdstat, so you can't even
expect helpful hints.
I do regulary SW RAID, but never encountered such a problem, more the
other way around, 2.6.5-7.75 is the first official SuSE kernel, which
allows for SW RAID on a couple of formerly dysfunctional systems..
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