grub-efi-amd64 picks wrong UUID for root fs when using RAID and LVM
When installing a system with RAID 1 on two disks on a EFI computer, Ubuntu installs grub-efi-amd64 instead of grub-pc. This should be the correct behaviour, but at the end of the installation, the system in unbootable.
For info, Debian testing Wheezy, nightly build of yesterday (sep 5 2011) is working, because it doesn't install grub-efi-amd64 but sticks to grub-pc
I've testing with two identical drives in mirror, first with a GPT label, then with a MSDOS label. The result is the same, system not bootable.
I have tested with Ubuntu AMD64 11.10 Beta 1, and 11.04. The result is the same with both releases.
I would like to see a true UEFI disto being able to install with all functionnalities : RAID, LVM, UEFI, GPT, but there is still some work.
The system is a brand new HP Ellite 8200 CMT (Core i7, 4G RAM).
|Changed in debian-installer (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Confirmed|
- grub-efi-amd64 does not allow system to boot on HP 8200 Ellite CMT
+ grub-efi-amd64 picks wrong UUID for root fs when using RAID and LVM