New Hard Drive added, Fedora won't boot
I added a new hard drive, fdisked, installed it into my LVM setup. Expanded the volume that I wanted, but I kept getting the physical volume that belongs to UUID "...." does not exist, although everything was showing up. I did a pvscan and the error for the missing UUID went away.
I can't remember whether I made the change to fstab or not.
Now, I rebooted this morning, as my additional space did not show up on the volume in windows (samba), but I get a freeze on boot saying it can't find the physical volume.
When I boot to a rescue disk, I get a "you don't have any linux partitions installed". When I fdisk-l, all of my partitions show up. Maybe this is because it can't see my RAID controller?
So now I can't get to my original linux install. Any suggestions?
Have I lost data here? fdisk says my partitions are there so I'm assuming not.