#4030 Unable to create RAID filesystem on 1.570

1.570
closed-fixed
Linux RAID (18)
5
2011-12-07
2011-12-06
Anonymous
No

It looks like the commands issued to create a filesystem on a Linux RAID is botched up.

I'm attempting to create a filesystem on a RAID 1 device with 2 hard drives. It doesn't seem to matter what size they are. I've reproduced this virtually and physically.

When attempting to create a filesystem on 1.570 I get the following message:
Executing command mkfs -t ext4 -q /dev/md0partprobe ; mkfs -t ext4 -q /dev/md0 ..

Could not stat /dev/md0partprobe --- No such file or directory

The device apparently does not exist; did you specify it correctly?

When attempting to create a filesystem on 1.560 or 1.550 I get this message:
Executing command mkfs -t ext4 -q /dev/md0 ; partprobe ..

.. command complete.

It does seem to complete successfully though, as best as I can tell.

Discussion

  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron - 2011-12-07
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Jamie Cameron

    Jamie Cameron - 2011-12-07

    This is a known bug in Webmin 1.570, which will be fixed in the next release ..

     

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