[TuxOnIce-devel] [SCM] TuxOnIce, tracking HEAD. branch, combined, updated. TuxOnIce-18.104.22.168-5272-g3d8db29
francois.valenduc at tvcablenet.be
Wed Dec 16 21:32:54 UTC 2009
Nigel Cunningham a écrit :
> Hi Francios.
> François Valenduc wrote:
>> Nigel Cunningham a écrit :
>>> Hi Francois.
>>> Will you please try the attached patch?
>>> It changes things so that we set resume= to the major:minor format
>>> instead of trying to find the right path.
>> I suppose this is the patch you committed. Unfortunately, it still
>> doesn't work. Now, I get this in dmesg at startup:
>> [ 1.430257] TuxOnIce 22.214.171.124 (http://tuxonice.net)
>> [ 1.430372] Scanning swap devices for TuxOnIce signature...
>> [ 1.430378] TuxOnIce scan: No image found.
>> [ 1.484538] TuxOnIce: Can't translate "" into a device id yet.
>> [ 1.484549] TuxOnIce: No matching enabled allocator found. Resuming
> Okay. Are you able point me at some instructions which I can follow to
> set up LVM swap from an initrd (I'm using Karmic)? If I can reproduce it
> here, I should be able to fix it.
Thanks for your help. I use gentoo so I don't know how to setup LVM on
swap on Ubuntu. I have installed Ubuntu this last weekend but I am not
able to boot my system other than with the standard Ubuntu kernel which
doesn't contain TuxOnice. The root partition is also on an LVM volume.
With Gentoo and genkernel, it's extremely easy but I don't know how to
do the same on Ubuntu. However, I find these line in dmesg:
[ 1.430372] Scanning swap devices for TuxOnIce signature...
[ 17.992769] Adding 1560568k swap on /dev/mapper/gentoo-swap.
Priority:-1 extents:1 across:1560568k
So, it seems that swap is enabled after than TuxOnIce scan swap devices.
Could this be the cause of the problem ?
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