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> Do I have an old, small drive that I boot from, and a big drive that my entire system is on. > I'd like to get rid of the old, small drive that no longer has any real function except booting. > when I boot, the old, small drive ends up being /dev/sdb, and the big one is /dev/sda. > So I did > grub-install /ev/sda > It seemed to go well. > But when I disconnected the old, small drive, and tried booting, > it did manage to start bootine, but got stuck in the initramfs conplaining that it could not fine volume group VG1. > Now that's the volume group that my entire system is on, except for /boot. It's kind of essential. > And VG1 is on dev/md1, a currently defective RAID1 whose one good partition is /dev/sda2. > Npw the boot process recognised /dev/md1 properly, but coule not find VG1, > so initramfs tossed me into busybox so as to fix the problem.