Re: Issues in Booting kernel 2.6.13
Date: Sat Oct 08 2005 - 14:32:16 EST
On Sat, 08 Oct 2005 21:25:03 +0200 Simen Thoresen wrote:
> Hi Randy,
> Randy.Dunlap wrote:
> > On Thu, 6 Oct 2005 10:46:37 +0530 devesh sharma wrote:
> >>Hi all,
> >>I have compiled 2.6.13 kernel on a opteron machine with 1 GB physical
> >>memory, Whole compilation gose well but at the last step
> >>make install I am getting a warning
> >>WARNING: No module mptbase found for kernel 2.6.13, continuing anyway
> >>WARNING: No module mptscsih found for kernel 2.6.13, continuing anyway
> > If you need mpt drivers, there were some changes in the
> > FUSION MPT driver options that may be causing them not to be
> > built for you as you were expecting.
> I ran into this (220.127.116.11) on Friday as well, but I have not yet examined it
> in detail.
> Do you have any pointers to the relevant postings or information?
No, I just recall seeing a few other problem reports and answers about it,
and then I compared the 2.6.12 and 2.6.13 .config files following
> I've used the 'mkinitrd' tool to generate a 'proper' initrd, and I see both
> mptbase and mptscsih loading, but mptscsih never picks up any actual
> controllers or disks. Thus the same problem on my system.
> To me, this signifies that RHs mkinitrd is broken for this kernel, but I
> don't know the details of why yet.
so maybe someone from Red Hat can answer/clarify.
> >>now when I boot my kernel, panic is received
> >>Booting the kernel.
> >>Red Hat nash version 4.1.18 starting
> >>mkrootdev: lable / not found
> >>mount: error 2 mounting ext3
> >>mount: error 2 mounting none
> >>switchroot: mount failed : 22
> >>umount : /initrd/dev failed : 22
> >>kernel panic - not syncing : Attempted to kill init
> >>What could be the problem?
> >>I have RHEL 4 base release already installed on which I have compiled
> >>this image.
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