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Raid1 + LVM + Syslinux

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – Thank you for your suggestions! Now the only problem is to get hands on those configuration files. Here is what I've tried so far.When I fell back to rescue shell during the boot, I tried to find my lvm volumes and mount the root filesystem manually but vgscan found no volume groups. I couldn't find any RAID tool either so I decided to try live-cd environment.I booted from Ubuntu 10.04 live-cd. First I installed mdadm and lvm2. Then I gave following commandsmodprobe raid1 modprobe dm-mod modprobe dm_mod (tried this since I wasn't sure whether it's a dash or the underscore. (HowTos)