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Old 03-27-2007, 06:08 PM   #1
rockmanneo
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Make file system error


I have Linux Fedora modified installed to a system, installed RAID card driver and connect JBOD to it, everything worked.

Later I moved the HDD to another system for another purposes. OS still work, driver seems to work too. fdisk -l can see the logical drive from the JBOD and able to partition, but when I make mkfs.xfs /dev/sda1 to prepare to mount the drive, terminal idle for a period of time and prompt reappears.

Another fdisk -l, JBOD logical drive disappears. I can only reboot to see the lv again but I won't be able to mount it.

Any solution guys? I need this urgent!

Thanks.
 
Old 03-28-2007, 03:05 AM   #2
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There is a novel in that little post of yours, I congratulate your efforts, and "go hard and get it happening", is my first remark.

Now
Just another bunch of discs refers to more than one disc, yet you imply that you moved the disc (singular) to another system. I'm sitting here wondering why you are using jobd with one disk?. And how a raid driver runs jobd? Then, to top it off, you moved it to another system? (must have the same hardware configuration).
Now you're trying to format it in xfs which integrates volume management, (again, more than one drive).

Even if there is a novel in your post, it appears to be in-complete.

Now:
You said you had a modified Fedora on it, then you re-format to xfs. ????
And now you have nothing?
Might it be because you re-formatted?

I think, you need to install an OS now, you apparently have an xfs file system.
 
Old 03-28-2007, 01:50 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Junior Hacker
There is a novel in that little post of yours, I congratulate your efforts, and "go hard and get it happening", is my first remark.

Now
Just another bunch of discs refers to more than one disc, yet you imply that you moved the disc (singular) to another system. I'm sitting here wondering why you are using jobd with one disk?. And how a raid driver runs jobd? Then, to top it off, you moved it to another system? (must have the same hardware configuration).
Now you're trying to format it in xfs which integrates volume management, (again, more than one drive).

Even if there is a novel in your post, it appears to be in-complete.

Now:
You said you had a modified Fedora on it, then you re-format to xfs. ????
And now you have nothing?
Might it be because you re-formatted?

I think, you need to install an OS now, you apparently have an xfs file system.
If there is a hardware RAID card in use, then it would present to Linux a single disk representing the entire array.
 
  


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