Re: SunBlade 2000 fails to netboot
In article <20040716205951.GD7440@azrael.luon.net> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>I don't know if it's the same issue, but I get the same kind of error
>on my blade 100 when I reboot the machine:
>* if I do a cold boot into Debian, it boots fine
>* if it's running solaris, and I do a reboot and I select linux, I get a
> '... MMU Miss' (sorry, don't remember what's on the dots) and I get
> the ok prompt
You may want to try "reset" at the ok prompt and see if you can boot
linux then. (halt at the silo prompt will drop you to openboot.)
On some sun hardware, "probe-scsi-all" will hang or fail if the scsi
controler has already been initialized. The linux boot sequence could
have the same type of issue.
Blars Blarson email@example.com
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