On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 10:13 PM, Bill Perkins <bp241(a)grnwood.net> wrote:
The problem I had was in the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX line in the
/etc/default/grub file. The first rd.md.uuid was supposed to be the
uuid for the Linux RAID member disks that make up the mdraid devices
from which you want to boot.
The second rd.md.uuid that pointed to the RAID member disks used for
the root filesystems and LVM was missing!
Yes, I figured it'd be something like that once I realized there
really were two mdraid arrays, but only one rd.md.uuid parameter.
What's curious is that its absence wasn't causing a problem before the
Correcting both rd.md.uuid entries to reflect the correct devices
in that file and running dracut -f before rebooting resolved my
Well in the end that's all that matters.