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bdachecksw Raises "ERROR: Wrong mounted partitions : /dev/md126 / ext4 /dev/md127 /boot" When the Respective Device Paths are Correct (Doc ID 2770536.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2021

Applies to:

Big Data Appliance Integrated Software - Version 4.12.0 and later
Linux x86-64

Symptoms

After configuring an X7-2 or X8-2 disk by following How to Configure a BDA Server Disk After Disk Replacement With the bdadiskutility Utility (Doc ID 2642582.1),bdachecksw raises and error like:

ERROR: Wrong mounted partitions : /dev/md126 / ext4 /dev/md127 /boot ext4 /dev/sd1 /boot/rescue-efi vfat /dev/sd1 /boot/efi vfat /dev/sd4 /u01 ext4 /dev/sd4 /u02 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u03 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u04 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u05 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u06 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u07 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u08 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u09 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u10 ext4 /dev/sd1 /u11 ext4
INFO: Expected mounted partitions : 12 data partitions, /boot and /
mdadm: cannot open /dev/md0: No such file or directory
ERROR: Wrong software Root RAID info :
INFO: Expected software Root RAID info : active sync active sync
mdadm: cannot open /dev/md2: No such file or directory
ERROR: Wrong software Boot RAID info :
INFO: Expected software Boot RAID info : active sync active sync

1. Applying the latest patch 29154804 does not resolve the issue.

2. Running "mount -l" confirms that the device path to "/" is /dev/md126 and the device path to "/boot" is /dev/md127.

 

Cause

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