also sprach Chris Seufert <seufert@xxxxxxxxx> [2006.09.06.0553 +0200]:
> My root (/) volume is ext3 running on /dev/md0 (RAID 1), the
> problem is with my /data volume thats xfs, running on /dev/sda,
> with log on /dev/md4.
Can you tell when /data gets umounted during the shutdown sequence?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but once that happened, /dev/md4 should
become free as far as XFS is concerned.
However, since mdadm or the kernel fails to stop the device during
shutdown, I am guessing that the partition is simply not being
Does it have an entry in /etc/fstab?
Try changing the
in line 1 of /etc/rc6.d/S40umountfs to
#! /bin/sh -x
exec 2> /root/umountfs.out.2
then reboot and paste that file somewhere (http://rafb.net/paste).
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