Strange hang at init, kernel bug?
From: Mario Giammarco
Date: Sat Nov 13 2004 - 10:36:11 EST
I have this situation:
computer A: ahtlon 1600 with fibre channel hard disks connected with
mpt fusion controller.
computer B: dual pentium III with ide software raid.
in computer A hard disks have unused partitions, so I connected
computer B to fc hard disks in A with another mpt fusion controller.
I have tried with kernel 2.6.8-2.6.9 with/without kolivas, smp and
I have tried also raid/noraid smp/nosmp
I use debian/unstable, tried with different "init" packages.
I copy using computer B the ide raid contents in fc hard disks (cp -a)
all ok without errors, I check filesystems: no errors.
Now I reboot computer B from fibre hard disk and it hangs just after
I have tried with several file systems:
- with reiser it says filesystem corrupted
- with jfs it hangs with "respawning too fast"
- with xfs it hangs with init: segmentation violation
I boot the same partition with computer A and it works...
I am desperate, what can I do?
Thanks in advance for any reply!
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