Why does mkinitrd fail with 'No module dm-mem-cache found for kernel' in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3?

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Release Found: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3


By default the version of mkinitrd provided in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 attempts to include the dm-mem-cache module in the generated initial ramdisk images. Therefore when creating custom initial ramdisk images for kernels that do not provide the dm-mem-cache module, ...

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