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Total vram 155648 planes 1omapfb: Pixclock 9600 k Hz hfreq 30.7 k Hz vfreq 92.9 Hz Serial: 8250/16550 driver $Revision: 1.90 $ 4 ports, IRQ sharing disabledserial8250.0: tty S0 at MMIO 0xfffb0000 (irq = 46) is a ST16654console [tty S0] enabledbrd: module loadedloop: module loaded PPP generic driver version 2.4.2smc91x.c: v1.1, sep 22 2004 by Nicolas Pitre eth0: SMC91C94 (rev 9) at c4050300 IRQ 160 [nowait]eth0: Ethernet addr: 00:0e::0a:52i2c /dev entries driver Clock enabled to MCBSP1 & 3TLV320AIC23 I2C version 1.8 (10-Feb-2006)dsp dsp: OMAP DSP driver initialization Driver 'sd' needs updating - please use bus_type methodsomapflash.0: Found 1 x16 devices at 0x0 in 16-bit bankomapflash.0: Found 1 x16 devices at 0x1000000 in 16-bit bank Intel/Sharp Extended Query Table at 0x0031Using buffer write methodcfi_cmdset_0001: Erase suspend on write enabled Creating 4 MTD partitions on "omapflash.0":0x00000000-0x00020000 : "Uboot1.6"0x00020000-0x00040000 : "boot params"0x00040000-0x00240000 : "kernel2.6"0x00240000-0x02000000 : "jffs2 filesystem"omap-hw-nand: OMAP NAND Controller rev.
Description: ext3 partitions on external USB harddisks aren't (correctly) autochecked by fsck at boot time.
It can be read in forums and wikis once in a while, that fs_passno can be 0, but usually it's not explained why.
So I wasn't sure about this and just tried to set fs_passno to With the next version of initscripts, you can hook up a small piece of code before the filesystem check that allows you to wait until the device shows up.
This will (if it works) fix all your timing problems: Add this line to /etc/(if USB is enabled in initramfs, then this file also has to be added there): options usb-storage delay_use=0Thanks for the info.
In the meantime I don't need my external harddisk for daily use anymore, because I needed to buy a new mainboard, CPU and therefore a new and of course bigger harddisk.
Closed by Roman Kyrylych (Romashka) Monday, 06 September 2010, GMT Reason for closing: No response Additional comments about closing: No response in 6 months. After the USB device has been recognized and the module has been loaded, it takes almost 10 seconds until the hard drive shows up in /dev, which causes all kinds of annoying problems.
There is a "sleep" hook in mkinitcpio now, and there are hooks support on [initscripts], workarounds can be used. Edit your rc.sysinit, insert a "sleep 5" or "sleep 10" before the fsck section and I bet it'll work.
(NAND) Â© 2001-2006 Red Hat, scheduler noop registeredio scheduler anticipatory registeredio scheduler deadline registeredio scheduler cfq registered (default)omapfb: configured for panel oskomapfb: LCDC initialized Console: switching to colour frame buffer device 30x40omapfb: Framebuffer initialized.That'll load the modules even before rc.sysinit gets executed, there may be just enough time between the initial ramdisk and rc.sysinit to have your USB harddrives ready for access at fsck time. Use this if your root device is on a USB mass storage device. You will need the udev or modload hook unless you specify the needed modules manually (see MODULES section below).Relying on this behaviour is not a proper solution by any means. Because I don't have a root device on my external USB harddisk, I thought this isn't necessary.In my opinion the cleanest and probably fastest method is the usb hook.I haven't checked it yet, but I think the few modules don't make the initrd image so much bigger.