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Re: Grub2 "unknown filesystem"

From: Avi Deitcher
Subject: Re: Grub2 "unknown filesystem"
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2015 20:10:03 +0200

Yeah, I figured it out. It wasn't that; it was an erroneous fstab entry (wrong UUID from old /boot).

On Mon, Nov 30, 2015 at 8:07 PM, Andrei Borzenkov <address@hidden> wrote:
30.11.2015 20:44, Avi Deitcher пишет:
> Well, you were right. Rod Smith of suggested the same thing
> in an email.
> 1- I moved some data from two larger partitions in the first 2TB onto other
> data partitions later in the disk.
> 2- I rebuilt the CentOS 6.6 /boot in a new 1GB partition in the first 2TB
> 3- I rebooted into grub2 command-line, lo and behold, it sees the
> filesystem.
> Thank you, Andrei.
> Now, if only I could figure out why os-prober will not create menu entries
> for that /boot....

os-prober first needs to detect root of another OS. I understand that
you have LVM install - unless VG for another OS is active, os-prober
won't see it. It does not activate volumes itself.

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