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I had just asked this questionquestion where I was unable to boot after installing a new RAID1 Array. I was able to get to the terminal, but once I sorted that out I realized that my problem isn't so much an fstab boot problem as an mdadm auto assemble problem.

I had just asked this question where I was unable to boot after installing a new RAID1 Array. I was able to get to the terminal, but once I sorted that out I realized that my problem isn't so much an fstab boot problem as an mdadm auto assemble problem.

I had just asked this question where I was unable to boot after installing a new RAID1 Array. I was able to get to the terminal, but once I sorted that out I realized that my problem isn't so much an fstab boot problem as an mdadm auto assemble problem.

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I've found thisthis post, but I don't think it applies to me, as the answer seems to be to set auto to yes, which then automatically assembles the arrays on boot. My configuration is already set to do this, so I'm at a loss.

I've found this post, but I don't think it applies to me, as the answer seems to be to set auto to yes, which then automatically assembles the arrays on boot. My configuration is already set to do this, so I'm at a loss.

I've found this post, but I don't think it applies to me, as the answer seems to be to set auto to yes, which then automatically assembles the arrays on boot. My configuration is already set to do this, so I'm at a loss.

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What was put into fstab? I don't have the reputation to be able to comment on this answer, so I cannot ask. In any case, theThe problem seems to be that I am not assembling md2 on boot, and thus I will hang every time fstab tries to mount the md2p1 partition. This may in fact be related to md2 being partitioned while the others are not, but I fail to see why this should be the case.

What was put into fstab? I don't have the reputation to be able to comment on this answer, so I cannot ask. In any case, the problem seems to be that I am not assembling md2 on boot, and thus I will hang every time fstab tries to mount the md2p1 partition. This may in fact be related to md2 being partitioned while the others are not, but I fail to see why this should be the case.

What was put into fstab? The problem seems to be that I am not assembling md2 on boot, and thus I will hang every time fstab tries to mount the md2p1 partition. This may in fact be related to md2 being partitioned while the others are not, but I fail to see why this should be the case.

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