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Old 31st January 2013, 02:27
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Default problem loggin in after raid1 setup

I just walked through the "How to Create A Raid1 setup on an existing Centos/Redhat 6.0 system". The raid is up and functioning, it boots but the problem is when I try to log in. When I type in the password and hit return the screen blanks out and then comes back to the login screen. I have check using single boot that permissions and directories are still there but I'm at a loss as to what is missing.

I get no errors, just a blank screen and then the login screen reappears.

-- This is a test system, thankfully but I do need to do the raid1 setup on the production system. Lost the raid disk and it will not rebuild. But that is another story

thanks for your help
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