Since you are using fakeraid, grub can not guess what bios device corresponds to it. You need to tell it by editing /boot/grub/device.map and making it look something like:
Then install grub.
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- Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:13 pm
- Forum: General questions
- Topic: fsarchiver may help to reduce fragmentation on ext3 ?
- Replies: 3
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This is one of the things that I really liked about Norton Ghost, and dislike about partimage. I hope fsarchiver can behave more like Ghost. Since partimage puts all of the disk blocks back exactly as they were, any fragmentation present in the disk before is preserved, but Ghost unpacked the files ...
- Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:19 pm
- Forum: Feature request
- Topic: MBR & VBR backup support
- Replies: 16
- Views: 35360
The default in grub2 is to embed the core in the area between the MBR and the first partition on the disk. As long as you backup and restore those sectors along with the MBR, that's all you have to do for grub to continue to work, assuming that you don't move the partition with /boot/grub on it. If ...