edit and rebuild the initrd
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Tue Dec 12 13:03:58 UTC 2006
Take a look here:
El Mar, 12 de Diciembre de 2006, 13:44, Hadders escribió:
> Hi all,
> Well, I'm close to fixing this problem (i think)
> I've unpacked the 2.6.18-1 initrd and had a look at the "init" file.
> Then I compared this with the 2.6.15-1 (base) kernel init file in its
> There's a difference!
> Namely after the base init does its mkblkdevs (make bulk devices?) there
> are the following lines
> rmparts sdb
> rmparts sda
> dm create isw_cdgbeijgjh_iaa 0 1250275846 striped 2 256 8:0 8:16 0
> dm partadd isw_cdgbeijgjh_iaa
> Okay. I think this is the dm commands to access the container? If so,
> then all I need to do is put these commands into my new kernel initrd
> and *bham* I'm cooking with gas?!
> I've fixed all the device mapper errors by upgrading dmraid....
> So my question is: do I simply copy and paste these into the new "init"
> file at much the same place and then repack the new initrd for 2.6.18-1.
> How do I repack/recreate the initrd (mixed results on google)?
> Thanks. Hadders
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