Failed To Find Mountpoint
After unplugging the HDD, rebooting & replugging the HDD, all seemed OK - Nautilus could see & read the HDD OK. I read several threads with similar titles but did not understand what to check next. This morning, I launched GParted but then changed my mind almost immediately & closed the GP window, assuming that would stop the actions OK. These Aren't Roasted! Check This Out
Offline #12 2012-01-20 02:16:20 jonog Member Registered: 2012-01-19 Posts: 7 Re: [Solved] Pacman: Could not determine root mount point Good observation, so this is expected? I just rechecked the screenshots - no problem. Adv Reply August 13th, 2008 #6 MooseMagnet View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee! Web Hosting Talk Newsletters Subscribe Now & Get The WHT Quick Start Guide!
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User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. [email protected]:127.service - LVM2 PV scan on device 9:127 Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/[email protected]; static; vendorpreset: disabled) Active: failed (Result: signal) since ven. 2015-01-30 11:16:56 CET; 16min ago Docs: man:pvscan(8) Main PID: 167 (code=killed, Now updating webmin-virtual-server ..
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However, I still have the shutdown/reboot errors. Tango Icons ę Tango Desktop Project. They are the small pic again. /dev/sda1 looks okay in GParted and System Monitor > File Systems. Offline #6 2012-01-20 01:47:48 jonog Member Registered: 2012-01-19 Posts: 7 Re: [Solved] Pacman: Could not determine root mount point Thanks for your help, Allan.My mtab is not a symlink, I tried
It is referencing a UUID but something got changed around (dont know why so dont ask). janv. 30 11:15:25 localhost systemd: [email protected]:2.service failed. ... I probably have screwed up fstab (I should have kept the original before I messed aroun d with it).Sure you will next time. Top gerald_clark Posts: 10595 Joined: 2005/08/05 15:19:54 Location: Northern Illinois, USA Re: Mount local filesystem: FAILED Quote Postby gerald_clark » 2009/06/05 15:19:02 Your fstab:# cat /etc/fstab/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 / ext3 defaults 1 1LABEL=/boot
Advertisement Register for Free! Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Advertise Privacy Statement Terms of Service Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Center Knowledge Offline #8 2012-01-20 01:52:51 jonog Member Registered: 2012-01-19 Posts: 7 Re: [Solved] Pacman: Could not determine root mount point Yes, I followed those instructions Offline #9 2012-01-20 01:56:42 Allan is always It seems okay now.
and /dev/sda1 does NOT appear in System Monitor > File Systems I recently had a failure, and rebuilt from the Feisty 7.04 CD, then used rsync to restore everything. his comment is here Topics: Active | Unanswered Index ┬╗System Administration ┬╗[SOLVED] Fail to mount LVM on start up Pages: 1 #1 2015-01-29 09:03:51 elukas Member From: Avignon, France Registered: 2012-03-14 Posts: 18 Website [SOLVED] Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical ę Canonical Ltd. I don't see any problem with the file system after the boot completes.
Note the second HDD has a similar mixture of ext3/FAT32 partitions (I use them for alternate backups) & GParted sees them all OK. The shutdown is fine now and all of the packages are up to date. Using network interface venet0 for virtual IPs. this contact form Join Date Dec 2007 Location Trego, Montana, USA Beans 165 DistroUbuntu Studio 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: /dev/sda1 Warning: Unable to find mountpoint [email protected]:~$ sudo blkid /dev/sda5 Password: /dev/sda5: TYPE="swap" UUID="97a7e51f-c176-4176-947d-6749b2b1bbc9" [email protected]:~$
Confirmed by changing back to Iomega Linux (Warning!) & back to Iomega_Linux (OK). I followedhttp://www.opvizor.com/blog/vmware-vcenter-server-appliance-vcsa-filesystem-is-damaged/ to get out to a BASH prompt, but the filesystems that I was getting errors for were on LVM volume groups. Thanks to both! -- Reply With Quote 0 Quick Navigation VPS Hosting Top Site Areas Member Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Premium
And when I went to look for those devices, they weren't showing up under /dev/mapper.
How do you fix that? janv. 30 11:16:56 mediacenter systemd: [email protected]:127.service failed.[[email protected] ~]# journalctl -b0 ... Change its UUID also? Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu [SOLVED] GParted suddenly unable to
bizarre Last edited by jonog (2012-01-20 02:05:49) Offline #11 2012-01-20 02:09:53 skunktrader Member From: Brisbane, Australia Registered: 2010-02-14 Posts: 1,323 Re: [Solved] Pacman: Could not determine root mount point jonog wrote:Just Before this fix, the pic icons were blue boxes instead of the small pic. Trying my best to understand it. navigate here I rebooted etc but still no success.
By registering you'll gain: - Full Posting Privileges. - Access to Private Messaging. - Optional Email Notification. - Ability to Fully Participate. - And Much More. Spy Chiefs Dispute Trump Before Briefing Him on 2016 Hacks MongoDB Installations At Risk as Hacker Targets Unprotected Databases This is the Longest Domain Name Sold in 2016 California Law That Desktop: Q6600 OC: 343 x 9, 4 GB RAM, 8600 GTS Twinview (22",17"), 1.5 TB RAID 5 Laptop: Lenovo T61 T7300 @ 2 GHz, 2GB RAM, Nvidia 140M Quadro, 160 GB But I noticed that the main disk activity light stayed on for quite some time & I was unable to unmount one HDD - "busy".
I checked SynApt & e2fsprogs is shown as installed. Home Recovering from vCenter Appliance Disk Errors on LVM Devices By Chris DeLashmutt Posted On 11:26 AM // Leave a Comment Let's say you have a ghetto vSphere home lab. [email protected]:~$ cat /etc/fstab # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # #
Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post Reply Print view 8 posts • Page 1 of 1 Return http://lists.swelltech.com/pipermail/webmin-l-archive/2003-July/015712.html Apparently no solution? I had apparently split the last 2 lines and changing it to your suggestion made the problem go away. Trying my best to understand it.
The old hindsight is 20-20 thing. .../etc/fstabCode: Select allswap swap defaults 0 0
...Should beCode: Select all/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol01
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