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Re: unable to re-read the partition table



So is ataraid compiled as module or built into your BOOT kernel? Also, see
if any 'Unresolved symbols' using nm 

I think boot time loading of linux ata raid directly has a lot of problems
7.3 and onwards. I wish I can see ATARAID as a feature under module list
just like I can see for megaraid or scsi if I boot with "linux noprobe"

Good luck

Murty

On 12 Jun 2002, Samuel Flory wrote:

>   I'm running into a wierd issue using the Promise Fasttrak driver in RH
> 7.3.  When I recompile the 2.4.18-3BOOT kernel to support the fasttrak
> chipset.* I get the following error from the installer.  "The kernel was
> unable to re-read the partition table on hde".  
> 
>   At 1st I thought this was entirely a driver issue, but if I drop to a
> shell durning the install and run fdisk, sfdisk, and parted.  I can
> reread the partition no issues.  If I select the option of using fdisk
> from the installer.  The partition table is unable to be reread.
> 
>   As far as I can tell once I enter any of the partitioning screens I
> can't reread the partition table.  Anyone have any ideas what the redhat
> installer is doing to cause the issue?
> 
> 
> *I used the options from kernel-2.4.18-i386-BOOT.config, and changed the
> following options to y:
> CONFIG_PDC202XX_BURST=y
> CONFIG_PDC202XX_FORCE=y
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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