Kernels 3.13.9-200.fc20.x86_64 and 3.1389-200.fc20.x86_64 hang at startup on DELL Precision T3610.

Rolf Fokkens rolf at rolffokkens.nl
Thu Apr 10 17:11:59 UTC 2014


I added the output of "dracut --print-cmdline" (specifically the rd.md.uuid=... parts) to 'linux ...' lines in grub2.cfg, which works.

As an alternative I also added a simple 'rd.auto=1' which (may not be the preferred solution but) works as well.

On 04/10/2014 02:31 PM, poma wrote:
> On 10.04.2014 14:15, poma wrote:
>> On 10.04.2014 11:25, Francis SOUYRI wrote:
>>> Hello Rolf,
>>>
>>> Thank you for your help but I am not sure to understand the bugzilla...
>>>
>>> I have this:
>>>
>>> # cat /proc/cmdline
>>> BOOT_IMAGE=/vmlinuz-3.13.6-200.fc20.x86_64 root=/dev/vgroot/lvroot ro
>>> LANG=en_US.UTF-8
>>>
>>> Dracut give me this:
>>>
>>> # dracut --print-cmdline
>>>    rd.lvm.lv=vgroot/lvswap
>>>    rd.lvm.lv=vgroot/lvroot
>>>    rd.lvm.lv=vgroot/lvusr
>>>    rd.md.uuid=86747433:fac1057d:05aa9f4f:a619b0af
>>> rd.md.uuid=bf54d312:dc90d70e:6cd367c7:c949a9f3
>>> resume=/dev/mapper/vgroot-lvswap  root=/dev/mapper/vgroot-lvroot
>>> rootflags=rw,relatime,data=ordered rootfstype=ext4
>>>
>>> where can I add the the dracut cmdline (grub.conf, darcut.conf) ?
>> Specify a space-separated LVM & MD UUIDs listed with
>> # dracut --print-cmdline
>> in dracut configuration file
>> e.g.
>> /etc/dracut.conf.d/kernel_cmdline.conf:
>> kernel_cmdline="rd.lvm.lv=...  rd.md.uuid=..."
>>
>> Afterwards
>> # dracut --force
>> # reboot
>>
> Within the lower kernel version:
> # dracut --kver 3.13.9-200.fc20.x86_64 --force
> # reboot
>
>
> poma
>
>



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