thanks for your answer.
It turns out that udev-initramdisk doesn't handle all the events and
some of the remaining events are dropped before being transmitted to the
The proposed patch seems to work for me.
On 06/02/12 18:21, FRLinux wrote:
>> On Mon, February 6, 2012 4:26 pm, Jean Francois Bucas wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>>> anybody with some LVM/udev experience?
>>>> The following symlinks are not created at boot time.
>> My money is on a race condition at boot time and udev not being able to
> create those devices in time, have you checked the full kernel output for
>> Also check what is in:
>> Next, debug the init script calling this, you should be able to adjust the
> sleep/delay time if your box is mentally challenged. Last but not least,
> is that sitting on any kind of "exotic" RAID controller?
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