Well, I tried the preupgrade method for upgrading FC10 to FC11 and all seemed to be fine until the final upgrade after reboot. I am not totally a newbie, but I cannot figure these three issues out:
1 - My RAIDS (RAID0 and RAID1) cannot be mounted. mdadm --detail /dev/md0(1) sees all drives and they are marked "active, not started." /etc/mdadm.conf shows correct information. Each drive has a superblock. The only thing I see in dmesg is an "md: personality for level 0 is not loaded!" I cannot mount /dev/md0 or /dev/md1 as I get a "mount: you must specifiy the filesystem type." I try mount -t ext3 and that doesnt work either. I must retain data on both RAIDS.
2 - My External USB drive is not recognized at all by the kernel upon boot and therefor cannot be mounted.
3 - Both of the ehternet NIC's are not recognized anymore. Both eth0 eth1 do not show up in ifconfig and I see nothing in dmesg that it tries to load them. lspci shows "Realtek RTL8111/8168B." Both NICs worked right out of the box in FC10, no problems.
In my best opinion, I feel I am missing modules or something related to that. Did my new kernel that I am running on (18.104.22.168-170.2.117.fc10.x86_64) not have all modules built in or compiled?
Your help is greatly appreciated. If this doesn't seem to be an easy fix, my priority is the data on those RAIDS!