Comment 21 for bug 75681

Ian Jackson <email address hidden> writes:

> Could you please boot with break=premount, and do this:
> udevd --verbose >/tmp/udev-output 2>&1 &
> udevtrigger
> At this point I think you will find that your mds and lvms
> are not activated properly; check with
> cat /proc/partitions

The thing is that I cannot reproduce the problem this way, because my
raid and lvm devices come up as expected. The visible difference is,
that I get tons of output on the screen after having typed
udevtrigger. I suspect that they slow down udev's operation which avoids
the race condition. Is there some way to avoid this massive output on
the console while preserving the debug info on the tempfile?