[linux-lvm] Lilo and LVM
stefan.feeser at felino.de
Thu Apr 24 13:49:14 UTC 2003
meanwhile I have created a VG and some LV's during the installation process of
a debian system. My system, which I have prepared for the normal boot process
looks like that in the RAM disk:
Now I have the problem that I could not create a correct bootable system.
At the LVM-Howto I found that I have to create a LVM start script. So I create
that. In the same documentation I found that I have to run the following
update-rc.d lvm start 26 S . stop 82 1 .
But this don't run at my system (it runs at the RAM disk!!!). Further I found
that I have to run the lilo command after I configure my lilo.conf at
/target/etc/ with the following command.
lilo -r /target -F /etc/lilo.conf
After running that it seems that my configuration is correct becaus the system
start after a reboot. At the point where the volumes will be mounted the
system get a kernel panic because it seems that / can not mounted.
Have someone an idea what I should do???
Thanks and Regards from a north bavarian village
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Forstwirtschaft
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