[TuxOnIce-users] "TuxOnIce: Unable to find a signature. Could you have moved a swap file?"
nigel at tuxonice.net
Sat Sep 18 01:36:46 UTC 2010
On 18/09/10 11:33, Nix wrote:
> On 17 Sep 2010, nix at esperi.org.uk spake thusly:
>> On resumption of 22.214.171.124, I see this:
>> [ 7.634152] TuxOnIce: Unable to find a signature. Could you have moved a swap file?
>> [ 7.635860] TuxOnIce: Block I/O: No signature found at /dev/sda2.
>> [ 7.638525] TuxOnIce: Unable to find a signature. Could you have moved a swap file?
>> [ 7.640175] TuxOnIce: Block I/O: No signature found at /dev/sda2.
>> To which the only possible answer is "no", I haven't moved a thing since
>> this system was first set up. Furthermore there's obviously something
>> other than swap in /dev/sda2:
>> /mutilate:~# swapon /dev/sda2
>> swapon: /dev/sda2: read swap header failed: Invalid argument
> ... and this is because I had my ipod plugged in at boot time and the
> kernel helpfully decided to call it /dev/sda. Bloody hateful thing.
> Not a bug. At least, not a bug in ToI. I'd call redesignating your ipod
> as /dev/sda without warninglike that to be an arguable kernel bug, but I
> know the kernel devs disagree :/
> (now my only problem is that I mkswapped it. Blast. Time to reload
> 20Gb of music, I suppose.)
Oh dear :(
Do you have an explicit resume=? If not, TuxOnIce's scanning should have
found the partition anyway, IIRC.
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