On Tue, 2006-01-31 at 17:02 -0500, Ivan Gyurdiev wrote:
1) Why isn't /selinux automatically mounted for existing
Without it, rpm installs do not work when rescuing from a
selinux-enabled kernel, such as the one in FC5T2 (because attempts to
set the file context fail).
Because no one has filed a bug asking for it.
2) I want to migrate data from an old disk onto a new one. Currently
have two logical volumes that span both disks, and take up 100% of the
space. I'd like to reduce a lv, in order to migrate the data. Doesn't
seem to work from the rescue CD.
lvresize -r -L -120G /dev/cobra/home2 says:
fsadm: execlp failed: No such file or directory.
Any suggestions? One of the things it's looking at is
/proc/lvm/VGs/cobra.. (/proc/lvm doesn't exist).
That looks like old lvm1 tools -- are you sure you're using a current
3) Unrelated question: When I originally added my sata drive to the
volume group, my kernel would no longer boot. Investigation showed that
sd_mod doesn't get loaded into the initrd, and without it nothing works.
I had to edit mkinitrd to make it put that module in the archive. Why
would that happen?
You need to make sure that there's an appropriate scsi_hostadapter line
in /etc/modprobe.conf for the module for your SATA chipset. That will
then key mkinitrd to include sd_mod