Re: Mount problem with SATA and Kernel 2.6.6
Thank you for your answer. I always use the old .config. I use EXT3
filesystem with the drivers compiled in. I have no ramdisk, because I have
compiled in the Promise drivers directly into the kernel. As written before,
the hardisk is recognized correctly, also with the correct size. I have
photographed the kernel messages during bootup and can see, that the SATA
hardisk is attached as sda. It is strange, that I'm still unable to mount to
SDA9, like in Kernel 2.4.18
The problem must be afterwards, after the Promise driver is being loaded.
"Justin Guerin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> On Tuesday 11 May 2004 08:46, Danny wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have a weird boot problem. I have a SATA harddisk on a Promise
> > controler with Nforce2 chipset. I have no problem to boot up with Kernel
> > 2.4.18. All works fine instead of the Sound system.
> > So I tried to use Kernel 2.6.6 as it have Nforce2 support. The problem
> > is, that I can't boot, because of an Kernel panic, "unable to mount root
> > on /dev/sda9".
> > Strange thing is that I have compiled in all Promise and SATA drivers.
> > Also during the boot process the SATA Hardisk are recognized as SDA with
> > the correct size. This is my last line regarding the SCSI system:
> > Attached scsi disk sda at scsi2, channel 0, id 0, lun 0
> > Where can be the problem? Any help is greatly apreciated. Do you know,
> > the kernel-images provided from Debian are supporting SATA drives?
> > Danny
> What is your file system type for /? Do you have the proper driver
> into your kernel? If not, are you using an initial ram disk, and does the
> initrd have the file system driver included?
> If you want to use 2.6.6 with Debian compile options, you could always
> until it's available, or install 2.6.5, copy the config, make oldconfig,
> then add in your SATA drivers.
> Justin Guerin
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