[Rear-users] openSuSE 12.1 / btrfs root on LVM

Hubertus A. Haniel hubba at unixcook.com
Mon Nov 28 20:01:26 CET 2011

  Right - I did not realize that COPY_AS_IS uses tar as well.

Interestingly removing /etc/ld.so.cache fixes grub when booted in the 
recovery shell and when I copied in ldconfig to try to regenerate the 
file it created the file the same size and grub goes back to "Bus error"

On 28/11/2011 17:52, Gratien D'haese wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Nov 2011 17:14:35 +0000, "Hubertus A. Haniel"  wrote:
>>  In regards to grub not being configured is because grub actually gives
>>  me a "Bus Error" when trying to run it in the Rear recovery shell so it
>>  looks like something that is part of grub may be corrupted inside the
>>  initrd as well but it is not grub itself as the md5sum matches.
> Don't focus on grub itself, the problem has to be found in the way tar
> works (or doesn't) with btrfs.
> The coming days I don't have the time to troubleshoot it myself...
>>  On 28/11/2011 17:03, Hubertus A. Haniel wrote:
>>>  That looks good to me. - I will try to do some more debugging around the
>>>  btrfs stuff tommorrow if I get a chance and if I find anything I will
>>>  let you know.
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