On 24 Nov 2006, at 08:29, martin f krafft wrote:
> I am not totally on top of this stuff yet and have only ever used
> update-initramfs :)
Well, that's the right way anyhow - if you go under the tools, you'll
lose your changes at the next kernel update.
> I think I spotted the problem.
So it really is a problem? Glad to have pointed it out so.
> I don't think I can fix it for etch.
Oh well :-(
> The solution for now is to add
>> to /etc/default/mdadm
It will still load raid1 as needed, yes?
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