I built a test kernel with commit eeba0e1e8 5e5cbbb9f97d 7ad03dfa21 reverted. The volume is created. Note – Despite the fact that there are dual paths to disks 1 – 7, they are not shown in the BIOS configuration utility. I’ve tested this new kernel, it boot without issue on the server as usual, I booted three time the kernel to make it always works well. Congratulations – good choice.
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Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide 1068d guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. It seems to me that what you are reporting is an irrelevant one.
AndyN 1, 10 To double check, I just booted 5 times with this kernel and all 5 times worked. Changed in linux Ubuntu Trusty: Sign lihux or log in Sign up using Google.
Use the arrow keys to highlight the [No] item in the RAID Disk column for the disks you want to include in the volume. We have recently upgraded an Dell R server to Trusty was running fine in preciseand after upgrade it fail to boot.
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In most case, your controller ID will be 0. View LQ Wiki Contributions. It will log a ligne to syslog when something failed and will send you a mail.
In order to bisect, we need to narrow down further and identify which v3.
Joseph, is there any possibility that systemd-udevd’s timeout is extended to e. Pierre, would you give me a hand? Switching to kernel linux-generic- lts-wily did not solve the problem.
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Now we proved that systemd-udevd’s 30 seconds timeout is the trigger of this problem. It doesn’t seem to. Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux.
Link to message sent upstream: Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot crichton on After experimenting with various root delays we settled on 45 seconds, it seems ok after trying various cold and warm reboots.
Well, Pierre gave the full output, so the answer to your question is yes that’s really easy to verify. You will know if the linux-image-extra.
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I must update this patch. Server booted without any issue disk detected before the end of rootdelay. Yes, I confirm that 3. This is a regression since those server worked in precise and work with precise old kernel. The kernel actually oopses, here’s the relevant lines from dmesg: When opening up the machine how do I know for sure which disk this is?
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I can not test this kernel, it was only build for i I have a later version, so no luck i guess. I’ve already identified b as well and it’s completely orthogonal to the bug in question.
Bellow the result are from kernel compiled by myself].
Details about individual drivers 3w-xxxx Hardware using this driver: I will attach full output from serial console. The time now is I also attach my bisect log if needed.