Re: Kernel panic after kernel update.
I have seem this problem on non-ia64 system.
First, check which root partition the kernel is said to use (root=
Then watch the boot process and check how your boot HDD is being
recognized. The most common case is when you try to boot from
root=/dev/hda1, but your HDD is being recognized as, say, /dev/hde1.
On my system I have two IDE controllers and sometimes their recognition
order is being changed.
I have PATA HDD attached to ICH7 controller and DVD-RW to ITE8211. So,
in normal case I have /dev/hde for my HDD and /dev/hda for DVD-RW. But
sometimes ICH7 driver is being loaded before ITE8211, and I get them
switched: /dev/hda for HDD and /dev/hde for DVD-RW, and I get the same
error as you.
В Вск, 02/07/2006 в 10:14 -0700, Spundun Bhatt пишет:
> Can someone please respond to my question over here? This *is* the right
> forum, isn't it?
> Spundun Bhatt wrote:
> > Hi debian-ia64.
> > I updated the kernel on my debian linux testing from
> > linux-image-2.6.12-1-mckinley to linux-image-2.6.15-1-mckinley .
> > When I rebooted, I got the error saying the following (very early in the
> > boot).
> > RAMDISK: Compressed image found at block 0
> > Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on
> > unknown-block (0,0)
> > I suspect that the new kernel bootloader configuration is pointing to a
> > non-existing location for root partition...
> > Can anyone guide me as to how to debug this problem?
> > Also is there any literature available that will help me understand how
> > linux boot loader works on debian on ia64? I mean what are the packages
> > responsible for installing the bootloaders and where can I find the
> > configuration so that I can check whether its right or not, etc?
> > Thanks a lot
> > Spundun
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