Fails to boot when there's problems with softraid
Ubuntu 11.10 has a new feature that it warns you while booting if there's a program with the softraid.
It tells you that a hard disk in the softraid is missing, then asks, on the console:
Continue to boot? y/N
But it ignores all keypresses. After 5 seconds or so it then times out, falls to the default "N" option, and dumps you to a emergency bash prompt, with no indication on how to proceed.
The feature is a good idea, but not in the current broken state.
|affects:||ubuntu → dmraid (Ubuntu)|
|Changed in dmraid (Ubuntu):|
|importance:||Undecided → High|
|JohnFlux (johnflux) wrote : Re: [Bug 872220] Re: Fails to boot when there's problems with softraid||#5|
|affects:||dmraid (Ubuntu) → mdadm (Ubuntu)|
|Changed in mdadm (Ubuntu):|
|status:||Incomplete → Triaged|
|tags:||added: apport-collected precise|
|draco (draco31-fr) wrote : Re: [Bug 872220] Re: Fails to boot when there's problems with softraid||#49|