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by pompopom
26 Mar 2018, 12:13
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

Thx for your effort MouettE (once more)

Meanwhile I'm going to start over and recreate the partitions so I get the sizes same as previously.

If I encounter anything different/bizar, I'll post it back here.
by pompopom
26 Mar 2018, 11:23
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

Can you show the output of fw_printenv ? There you go: [root@b3-install boot]# fw_printenv bootdelay=1 baudrate=115200 preboot= loadaddr=0x800000 console=ttyS0 bootfile=uImage flashfile=u-boot.kwb installfile=install.itb setdiskargs=setenv bootargs root=$diskdev console=$console,$baudrate serial=${...
by pompopom
26 Mar 2018, 04:58
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

So after completing all the steps yesterday and checking if fw_printenv replied correctly. I rebooted B3 but it got stuck in the bootprocess (steady purple LED) for at least 45 mins before I rebooted into rescue system. Hmm so what's wrong... I have two ideas at the moment, but some of them will pro...
by pompopom
25 Mar 2018, 15:11
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

Sorry this is a bug of the rescue install os which doesn't load the proper module for the mtd device. I will fix that but all you need to do is load the proper module first : [root@b3-install devices]# modprobe m25p80 Our posts must have crossed each other on the highway. The modprobe did the trick...
by pompopom
25 Mar 2018, 13:02
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

in my previous post I said: no longer looks for sd but md devices (Raid) and thus doesn't boot. but I think it rather is: it looks foor the /dev/mtd-something device which doesn't exist. [root@b3-install /]# fw_printenv Cannot open /dev/mtd1: No such file or directory [root@b3-install /]# cat /etc/f...
by pompopom
25 Mar 2018, 12:52
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

As the blinking LED apparently indicates which IP address has been leased, I assumed from then on everything is ok when seeing that. I didn't knew about that feature. So I continued with scanning my network. Problem here is that some hardware visible on my local network does not identify itself. Pri...
by pompopom
23 Mar 2018, 18:33
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

Resume: I commented the image line in install.ini en retried. Got a green led, then steady purple for more then an hour. As I didn't see any networkinterface extra coming online in my network I removed power and went to check the install.log => seemed that it didn't create any? So I removed more lin...
by pompopom
23 Mar 2018, 10:25
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

My plans for this weekend: - Switching disks from S1 with my B3 - Rebuild the full raid on squeeze - Disconnect S1 so I have a "backup" - Boot B3 and change the uboot environment back to 'standard' (so it will no longer look for a md device) - Do a clean Stretch install (this time reboot should work...
by pompopom
23 Mar 2018, 06:24
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

ahoff wrote:
23 Mar 2018, 05:49
Tought it was only me having that problem. :roll:
Problems are there to get solved :-)
What's your setup and goal?
by pompopom
23 Mar 2018, 04:42
Forum: My Bubba
Topic: Any B3's for sale in Europe?
Replies: 6
Views: 2459

Re: Any B3's for sale in Europe?

Thanks for pointing to this ebay offer.
Just ordered 2 (55€ transport included to Belgium)

ETA first half of April.
by pompopom
22 Mar 2018, 17:07
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

Ok so I stopped waiting after reading your post. Seems logic what you're saying. Looked in the log file and found a complete, successfull setup log. So it did what it has to do for sure :-) Anyway following your post I tried to boot a rescue system, but I was getting the following LED sequence once ...
by pompopom
22 Mar 2018, 15:46
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

Ok so I went to back where I left yesterday. As the flashdrive came right out of it’s package yesterday, I was starting to wonder if there was a correct partition table in the flash drive. So I launched CMD as Administrator on a WIn10 box I have running and did the following: Microsoft Windows [Vers...
by pompopom
22 Mar 2018, 01:29
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Re: Debian stretch (9) image 1.0 released for B3

Hi Mouette, I’m still on the version by default installed (besides some apt-get and the raid mod) Squeeze if not mistaking. Regards, Koen EDIT: I did another test yesterday evening with the wipe set to TRUE. Didn't work either although it gave me more output in the logfile. Unfortunately I forgot to...
by pompopom
21 Mar 2018, 16:12
Forum: Development
Topic: Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch
Replies: 29
Views: 5666

Upgrade from RAID-enabled squeeze to stretch

As with all my projects something came in between this: https://forum.excito.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=5924&p=27942#p27940 and today :-) So I finally took the leap forward, or at least I tried: Got an 8GB flash drive Formatted as fat32 Copied the zip to the flash drive Unzipped Plugged in the flash dr...