The lvm activation in checkfs starts before raid and when using raid disks in
a lvm group the startup will always fail because the devices for lvm to use
during the vgscan have not been activated yet via the raidstart <device> yet.
Moving the lvm activation after the raid in the checkfs script solves this
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create raid set.
2. create lvm group, volume and file system on it.
3. add raid/lvm file system in /etc/fstab
4. reboot system.
file system will not be mounted because of vgscan failure.
file system should have been mounted.
Already fixed in CVS and latest unstable baselayout starts LVM after RAID.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 37418 ***