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Re: F11 x86_64 problems -- my disks are getting locked out



On Mon, 06 Jul 2009 12:15:58 -0400
Rich Mahn <rich lat com> wrote:

> I did a clean install of F11 x86_64 on a system that also has F10
> i686, F8, and others for a multi-boot situation.  F11 is working
> fairly well except for one problem.  I can't mount one of my disks.

snip

> Does anybody have any ideas what might be causing this and how to fix
> it?
> 

Run blkid as root and make sure all your disks have the correct UUID
in /etc/fstab.  You should be mounting them using UUID instead of
device name or label.

Here is a sample from my fstab:

#/dev/sda1
UUID=c6e94dd5-0cc3-4940-ac15-cb0ea856fd9a /boot ext3 defaults  1 2 
#/dev/sda5 
UUID=c94b5547-e098-45ca-8776-cce0e0cd6bac / ext4 defaults      1 1

Maybe you are already doing this. 

Compare the F10 and F11 /etc/fstab for these disks.  Make sure the
mount points are unique.

You could check for bugs like this in bugzilla.

http://bugzilla.redhat.com


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