How to Chroot in Rescue Mode
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# mount /dev/<device name> /mnt
# cat /proc/partitions
# ls /mnt
# for i in proc sys dev; do mount --rbind /$i /mnt/$i ; done
# mount --rbind /proc /mnt/proc# mount --rbind /sys /mnt/sys# mount --rbind /dev /mnt/dev
# chroot /mnt
# mount -a
If the initrd has been damaged, this can be recreated with:
System does no longer boot.
There are several possible causes for that behavior.
When using multipath with lvm, you should start multipathd before using lvm. If you do not, lvm may not detect the physical volumes needed to mount filesystems due to the lvm filter.
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- Document ID:7018126
- Creation Date: 06-Oct-2016
- Modified Date:03-Nov-2021
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