I am having fun trying to get a self-compiled kernel to work with my
raid array. I have a raid5 array set as md0 mounted as /usr/local.
This setup worked great from the Redhat 6.2 install. I have been
trying to compile my own kernel, which I have been successfully doing
for three years now, but for some reason with Redhat 6.2 I can't get
the raid array recognized after I compile the kernel. Even using the
kernel source that comes with Redhat and making no changes to the
default compile settings, I get the following errors at boot time:
First, the scsi devices aren't recognized and kudzo fires off. I have
all of the right SCSI features enabled in the kernel, so this should be
Second, I get an error when /dev/md0 is mounted. It's the "wrong
filesystem/too many mount points" error.
Using kernels directly from kernel.org have the same problem. Does
anyone know if there is something special about RedHat's precompiled
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