Hi all, I've just been putting some extra HDD's into my server to RAID1 as /dev/md2.
I created the raid device, and formatted the filesystem to ext3, copied some data onto the drive, unmounted and rebooted, everything was fine, so I updated fstab to mount /home from /dev/md2 instead of /dev/md1 (which I'm replacing).
Upon every bootup I receive an error about superblock someone or other (I'll post the exact message later) and get forced to login as root.
Upon investigation, it appears that /dev/md2 doesn't exist, so I recreate it and reboot, same error.
I can't edit fstab to change the /home mount back to /dev/md1 (which I think would let me boot normally) because the root filesystem is still in read-only mode.
Any suggestions anyone?
Thanks in advance, Savage
I'm not panicing yet, but give it a few hours, it's resyncing the disks now, once that's done I'm going to reboot again and start preying.