Re: Another sata failure report
Toshikazu Aiyama, Ph.D. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> pivot_root: no such file or directory
>> /sbin/init: 431: Cannot open dev/console: No such file or directory
>> Kernel panic: Attempted to kill init!
> It seems the kernel identifies 2 SATA devices, but the 1st one
> fails. I cannot say anything because you omit a few more lines.
> It seems to try to boot from 2nd device. And naturally it fails
> because you installed / to the 1st devie, I presume.
It identifies both of the sata controllers. Only the first of these is
connected to a drive, the second sata controller is vacant. The installer
does not detect the disk on the first controller.
> Ubuntu output says the other way around, it seems. The 1st one is
> OK, but the 2nd one seems forgotten (or you intentionaly omit it).
I did not omit anything relating to the sata controller from the Ubuntu
> Anyway I will attach my dmesg. My recommendation is check the drives
> and their connections. If it does not work, switch them.
I only have one drive on the first sata controller, and it works well
with Ubuntu, so I reckon that nothing is gained by putting the drive on
the second controller.
> I hope I am not too rude to you.
No, you are polite.