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Hi Guys, I have successfully built a kernel that has RAID support (not as a module). I am trying to get the kernel to recognise the new RAID array on ...
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    Linux Raid auto detect


    Hi Guys,

    I have successfully built a kernel that has RAID support (not as a module).

    I am trying to get the kernel to recognise the new RAID array on bootup but I keep getting scanned 0 and added 0 devices.

    I have made sure that the array is of metadata=0.90 and the array works fine after the OS has fully loaded.

    I need raid autodetect to work because I wan't to offload the entire OS onto that after thye bootloader has finished. I am also passing md=0,/dev/sda1.dev/sdb1. But it still wont find it.

    It seems that sda1 & sdb1 are not active when md trys to autodetect the array.

    Any tips from you guru's would be awesome!

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    Cmon, give us a hint

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