dell 2850 initrd problem.
ronc at depauw.edu
Fri Jun 4 10:42:40 CDT 2010
Jefferson Ogata wrote:
> On 2010-06-03 17:38, Ron Croonenberg wrote:
>> I already did that.
>> I have /dev/sda1 and /dev/sda2
>> if I run fsck on /dev/sda1 it warns about not finding /etc/fstab but
>> than says that /boot is fine.
>> when I run fsck on /dev/sda2 I get the same fstab warning but then says
>> it can't find the ext2 superblock.
>> (bad magic number in superblock, corrupt super block or not an ext2
>> This was installed from the distro, so if sda1 is ext2 then sda2 is
>> too(?). The only thing done after the install of the distro was
>> upgrading the kernel from 2.6.12-1.667 to 2.6.12-1.1381
> What does your partition table actually say? Is /dev/sda2 *supposed* to
> be a filesystem, or is an LVM physical volume?
it says that /dev/sda2 is an LVM volume
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