New issues with setup storage - disc too small
mt at debian.org
Thu Mar 17 02:17:52 CET 2011
> [..]&FAI::push_command( "mdadm -W --stop $md ; sleep 2 ; cat /proc/mdstat", "$pre_deps_cl", "self_cleared_$md");
> > i.e., add the wait, change the sleep to a smaller value (to speed things up),
> > and print /proc/mdstat? I have absolutely no idea why the kernel claims some
> > device is still busy, and even less so would I know how to figure out what is
> > still trying to access the device.
> Done. No change.
Well, at least the output should change, i.e., /proc/mdstat should be included.
Would you mind sending that format.log?
But well, I suppose you are rebooting the system for each run, so we can't have
any old processes hanging around. Then it *must* be the RAID doing stupid
things. May I ask you to perform the following changes?
- comment out the line in /usr/sbin/setup-storage that does the mdadm-startall
- comment out the push_command("mdadm --assemble --scan ... around lines 293/294
- replace the mdadm --stop stuff that I had asked you to hack by a simple
Would that then work out? If so, it's definitively the RAID that is clobbering
/dev/sdb, but I have no idea why we don't get it released.
Thanks a lot,
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