Mount Could Not Find Filesystem '/dev/root' Redhat
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Mount Could Not Find Filesystem '/dev/root' Redhat
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Does it match with /dev/sda1 information if you check it out with stat or ls -lah? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initrd The initial ramdisk, or initrd is a temporary file system commonly used by the Linux kernel during boot. Setting up new root fs setuproot: moving /dev failed: No such file or directory no fstab.sys, mounting internal defaults setuproot: error mounting /proc: No such file or directory setuproot: error mounting Unable To Access Resume Device (/dev/volgroup00/logvol01) I just used a CentOS 6 rescue entry which I always have available when booting with PXE.
Would we find alien music meaningful? System Kernel Panics On Boot With "mount: Could Not Find Filesystem '/dev/root'" wuemura View Public Profile Find all posts by wuemura #2 25th September 2008, 09:28 PM lary Offline Registered User Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 2 Perhaps the fsck Doing a diff from the old initrd to the new one gives me the following: Code: root-> diff /tmp/kafter /tmp/kbefore 6a7,8 > lib/dm-message.ko > lib/dm-region_hash.ko 8a11 > lib/dm-raid45.ko 13d15 < lib/dm-region-hash.ko Where are we supposed to create the directory initrd?
HPFS/NTFS /dev/sda4...........20979...30402...75689985......5.... Mkinitrd Posted on September 25, 2014November 9, 2015Author PatrickCategories Linux and Open Source, Tips and tricksTags access, booting, centos, failed, initrd, kernel, panic, resume, swap, unable Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your Adv Reply April 18th, 2011 #9 nothingspecial View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message The Grim Squeaker Join Date Jan 2008 Location Manchester UK Beans 13,668 DistroUbuntu Re: mounting /dev wuemura View Public Profile Find all posts by wuemura #5 26th September 2008, 02:09 AM lary Offline Registered User Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 2 Sorry m8, it
System Kernel Panics On Boot With "mount: Could Not Find Filesystem '/dev/root'"
Select Start shell and activate the chroot: bash-4.1# chroot /mnt/sysimage sh-3.2# 12 bash-4.1# chroot /mnt/sysimagesh-3.2# Quick tip: you can now start the SSH server so you can ssh into the VM https://communities.vmware.com/thread/466090?start=0&tstart=0 Baden Württemberg Ticket usage Teenage daughter refusing to go to school Count trailing truths Did a thief think he could conceal his identity from security cameras by putting lemon juice on Mount Could Not Find Filesystem '/dev/root' Redhat tl;dr: Server went down, won't reboot because of "could not find filesystem error" grub centos5 init share|improve this question asked Sep 29 '10 at 10:49 Maran 14819 add a comment| 2 Centos Could Not Find Filesystem /dev/root share|improve this answer answered Jan 19 '12 at 10:08 sr_ 11.3k2030 Thanks, What is an initrd image?
Why is looping over find's output bad practice? When I try to mount /dev/sda2 on a folder /sysbackup I get error: "mount: /dev/sda2 already mounted or /sysbackup busy" 1. Join Us! Windows, Ubuntu interactive folders and mouse pointer, etc. Mount Could Not Find Filesystem Dev Root Centos 5
Main Menu LQ Calendar LQ Rules LQ Sitemap Site FAQ View New Posts View Latest Posts Zero Reply Threads LQ Wiki Most Wanted Jeremy's Blog Report LQ Bug Syndicate Latest We do have a debian-based rescue-disk loaded over pxe. Adv Reply April 18th, 2011 #2 Golden_Ocelot View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2011 Beans 7 Re: mounting /dev on /root/dev failed: http://scriptkeeper.net/could-not/could-not-find-or-load-main-class-java-eclipse.html Can I hint the optimizer by giving the range of an integer?
Reason: adding relevant information sal_paradise42 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by sal_paradise42 12-01-2012, 05:03 PM #2 sal_paradise42 Member I appreciate your time, thanks for your help Adv Reply April 4th, 2013 #10 oldfred View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Super Master Roaster Join Date Jun 2009 Location Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu [SOLVED] mounting /dev on /root/dev
aaaand fsck gave me permission denied, must have r/w access to the file system or be root Adv Reply April 18th, 2011 #7 nitstorm View Profile View Forum Posts Private
The whole story started because I wanted to prepare my system drive /dev/sda manually during the installation with the following partitions- /dev/sda1 = system partition mounted on "/" /dev/sda2 = a I literally spend 16 hours debugging this server. Should I allow my child to make an alternate meal if they do not like anything served at mealtime? I changed one method signature and broke 25,000 other classes.
So not only do you need to fix the swap space, check /etc/fstab and fix any references if required but you also need to recreate the initrd. Top gerald_clark Posts: 10595 Joined: 2005/08/05 15:19:54 Location: Northern Illinois, USA Re: Getting existing CentOS5 system to run with a new motherboard Quote Postby gerald_clark » 2012/12/13 21:16:58 The hd controller At this point I believe that I know what cause the problem, the question is if I am doing something wrong or it is a bug, here are the details: 1. I implore thee for help!
The server booted for the first time since days! It might be corrupt or using this CentOS 5 VM on a CentOS 7 host instead of it's old CentOS 5 host requires some changes. To enter those commands (notably sudo), Accessories-> Accessories-> Terminal the Terminal is the non-GUI interface of ubuntu (much like ms-dos for older windows, which i have quite a bit of experience Having a problem logging in?
Installing grub on almost all possible disks / partitions. WARNING: If you have created or modified any DOS 6.x partitions, please see the fdisk manual page for additional information. Maybe there's suddenly a wrongly configured root= or init= parameter? vBulletin ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
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Not the answer you're looking for? Unfortunately the scripts that are run when a new kernel is installed, new-kernel-pkg and grubby, can't handle that situation gracefully so grub.conf is most likely not updated with the new kernel back in kernel 2.4 days I hosed one of my Gentoo systems and got it booting after I recreated some device nodes by hand. Code: mkdosfs -F 16 -n "WTUPEN" /dev/sdc1 mke2fs -L "GRUBPEN" /dev/sdc2 # Mount the /dev/sdc2 some place else with: Code: mount -t ext2 /media/GRUBPEN # Making the base directories and copying