Thanks for your answer. It’s not possible to use any sort of external boot device. However the box can be started with a debian rescue system, which still does not automatically mounts thebraid and the lvs.
We have been trying to manually create the raid, which it does, and resyncs it. Still we have not been able to assemble it, nor mount the lvs. With the help of a system administrator we are trying to achieve it.
We have been trying to contact specialists without much success. We are thinking of trying some official SUSE support engineers, still I’m not sure how to.
I’ve seen some “One week consulting” service, I think we’ll try that.
Any suggestion as where to contract an engineer that could solve our problem?[/QUOTE]
You can create a cdrom from the iso image and boot from that, else how are you booting into a debian rescue system?
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