On 08/08/06, Sonic <sonic at dreadserver.com> wrote:
> Stephen Shirley wrote:
> > Is there any chance that the swap raid partition is first on either
> > drive?
> drives. I did this because I figured it'd be best for the swap partition
> to be first on the drive so it could be accessed faster. I was fairly
> Do you think this is the problem?
Sounds like it, yes. You need to tell grub to use 'root (hd0,1)'
instead as it's currently trying to mount a swap partition.
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