So I've had this server running for like 4-5 years without a hitch on Fedora 7. I have 4 drives with the OS partition in raid 10, and the /boot partition in raid 1. For some reason I'm having issues with grub. I have KVM access to the machine.
The server boots straight into Grub. Running "find /grub/stage1" or "find /boot/grub/stage1" does not find anything.
I have it booted currently in CentOS LiveCD and mounted the primary OS partition and it mounted fine and mdadm doesn't report any problems with the array. But when I tried to mount the /boot partition (raid 1 across all 4 drives), it gave me this error...
# mount /dev/md0 /mount
hfs unable to find hfs+ superblock
mount: you must specify filesystem type
Is this normal for the boot partition or what do you guys think is wrong? I'm completely new to fixing Grub issues but this is where I got so far. The OS data seems to be intact, I just need to find a way to boot into it >_>.
Thanks in advance for any and all help.