Bug#495949: grub-common: grub-probe segfaults
fzielcke at z-51.de
Thu Aug 21 15:29:57 UTC 2008
Am Donnerstag, den 21.08.2008, 17:14 +0200 schrieb Jean-Luc Coulon
> Hello Felix,
> Le 21.08.2008 17:02:07, Felix Zielcke a écrit :
> >There's one which is not yet fixed upstream and because you're using
> >raid1 I suspect it's the one you have.
> >Please do `mdadm -Q --detail /dev/md0' for all your md devices you
> >If there's one disk removed then grub-probe segfaults.
> There is no disk *removed*. BUT the device name of the disks allocated
> by the system to the disks is not consistant from one boot to the
Well I mean something like that in `mdadm -Q --detail /dev/md0' output:
(Don't worry about it, this is from a bugreport I did on mdadm)
Number Major Minor RaidDevice State
0 0 0 0 removed
1 0 0 1 removed
2 0 0 2 removed
3 8 81 3 active sync /dev/sdf1
4 8 65 - spare /dev/sde1
5 8 49 - spare /dev/sdd1
6 8 33 - spare /dev/sdc1
This is the only segfault in grub-probe I know of, which is already
fixed in a patch from one of the upstream developers.
It's just not yet commited.
If this is not the problem you have then I don't have a single clue why
there's another reason for a segfault in it :(
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