Bug#353111: linux-image-2.6.15-1-sparc64-smp: 2.6.15 kernel can't find root disk /dev/sda1, won't boot
On Thu, Feb 16, 2006 at 03:18:05PM +0000, Stephen Gran wrote:
> I am having the same problem with an amd64 ide based system here.
> Oddly, I can just exit the busybox shell afterwards (without a modprobe
> or any commands at all) and the system will then boot normally. I am
> guessing some sort of race condition, but I haven't had time to take a
> look, so I've been holding off reporting. Now that I see this already
> open one, I thought I would add another data point.
On my system, the /dev/sd* devices do not get created, and exiting
just leeds to a repeat of the same error. So the amd64/686 problem
(another bug got filed for 686) is timing, but the sparc one isn't.
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