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By changing the config from
xvda to sda, it work normal. However I wish
to use xvda as I think it's te "standard" for the future..
So clearly there is some setting in my Ubuntu that is still making it
look for sda1 instead of hda1. It's as if it's ignoring the "root="
argument in pygrub...
On 26/06/10 19:09, Jonathan Tripathy wrote:
I'm trying to convert my Ubuntu PV Guest from image based disk to LVM.
It uses pygrub.
What I did, was I created a new LV and used dd to copy the contents of
the image over to the LV. I then changed the domU config file to use
Now, when I start the DomU, the kernel boots, however it can't seem to
mount root properly. It says that /dev/sda1 doesn't exist. What is
strange is that in the Dom0, I mounted the LV and changed the root=
parameter of the kernel line to point to /dev/hda1, however the
previous error still shows