CentOs Problem boot kernel

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corsajo
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CentOs Problem boot kernel

Post by corsajo » 2015/03/27 16:27:44

I have a problem with a server(dell poweredge 860) because when im going to start and i choose the OS in the GRUB, it start booting but it stops without any error ,
and i don know what i have to do it
the last thing appear in the screen is something like
High speed USB found
:oops: :oops:

gerald_clark
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Re: CentOs Problem boot kernel

Post by gerald_clark » 2015/03/27 21:34:44

Are you trying to boot off an internal drive?
Is your BIOS set to boot off USB?
Have you tried unplugging your USB drives?

corsajo
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Re: CentOs Problem boot kernel

Post by corsajo » 2015/03/30 08:30:29

yes i did
im trying to see the boot.log but its empty
now im seeing that my raid 1 its in md124,md125... not in md0,md1
its possible that it was the problem how can i change it

corsajo
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Re: CentOs Problem boot kernel

Post by corsajo » 2015/03/30 09:12:46

gerald_clark wrote:Are you trying to boot off an internal drive?
Is your BIOS set to boot off USB?
Have you tried unplugging your USB drives?
yes i did
im trying to see the boot.log but its empty
now im seeing that my raid 1 its in md124,md125... not in md0,md1
its possible that it was the problem how can i change it

gerald_clark
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Re: CentOs Problem boot kernel

Post by gerald_clark » 2015/03/30 12:40:13

Don't mount md devices directly. Use labels.

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