On Fri, 01.06.12 16:25, Thomas Sailer (sailer(a)sailer.dynip.lugs.ch) wrote:
I've upgraded a few machines to Fedora 17.
One of them does not boot anymore. No device ever becomes plugged, thus
systemd eventually times out waiting for the disk device
(dev-sda1.device) and drops into the emergency shell.
The device is there and accessible;
udevadm trigger --type=devices --action==add does generate add events
(as seen by udevmonitor)
Strangely, though, none of the devices have a sysfs path; also, I only
have the two disk devices mentioned in fstab, while on working machines
I have many more.
Can somebody give me a hint on what goes wrong, or on how to debug this
Does udev properly start up? Do you see the "systemd" tag in the output
of "udevadm info -qall -p/sys/class/block/sda1"?
Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.