Re: kernel linux-image-2.6.14-2-k7: waiting endlessly for /dev/hda to show up
On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 15:37:10 +0100
Gert Brinkmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> after upgrading kernel 2.6.14-2-k7 from (I guess) 2.6.14-4 to 2.6.14-5
> it does not boot any more. It is waiting for the hard disk /dev/hda to
> show up 1, 2, 8 and 16 seconds in a loop and nothing more happens.
> I thought it might be a problem of yaird. So I have tried the
> initramfs-tools instead. But building the initial ramdisk with these the
> booting stops with a root prompt in the ramdisk (as I think).
> Booting an old kernel 2.6.12 still does work.
> As I do not know which packet is having the problem I would like to ask
> where to report this to? yaird? the linux-image?
> My System:
> debian/sid (up to date)
> # cat /proc/ide/sis
> SiS 5513 Ultra 133 chipset
> --------------- Primary Channel ---------------- Secondary Channel
> Channel Status: On On
> Operation Mode: Compatible Compatible
> Cable Type: 80 pins 40 pins
> Drive 0:
> UDMA Enabled UDMA Enabled
> UDMA Cycle Time 2 CLK UDMA Cycle Time 6 CLK
> Drive 1:
> UDMA Disabled UDMA Disabled
> UDMA Cycle Time Reserved UDMA Cycle Time Reserved
> Hmm, which else information could be interesting?
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Downgrading yaird worked for me