I know enough to be dangerous and debug common problems, but I don't know all the details of what you would need to do to resolve this issue. changed the SCSI controller in Vmware to use BusLogic instead of LSI Logic. (didn't work because I'm running 64 bit.. When I boot the newly created thing2, now living on the ESX host, the kernel loads but soon I get this: ==== (lots of similar lines) /lib/mptscsih.o: unresolved symbol ioc_list_Rsmp_dd805159 (lots imdeemvp24th May 2005, 06:46 PMNo offense but that was simple.... check over here
All rights reserved. Good chance is that your original system only had one core and used single core kernel, while a modern CPU definitely is multicore. If you have additional questions, please let me know. Note that it is important to install the x64 edition on servers, not the X86 editions. 2. https://communities.vmware.com/thread/219543?start=0&tstart=0
Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Enjoy an ad free experience by logging in. Please forgive poor formatting as this is copy and paste, and you will need to modify the steps to suit your specific virtual machine. This would allow me to boot and mount a root file-system.Save the previous kernel ".config" file. Reply With Quote 06-06-2009 #5 twilight7345 View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Just Joined!
As that should have been root=LABEL=/ (note the - / = issue). It is often helpful to ask google for information by other users if you have problems with special hardware. http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/tutorials/202/1/ http://www.kernelnewbies.org/faq/ so i thought invoking old initrd would be fine.. --------------- As a side question, when i try to upgrade my packages using Up2date, it still recognizes that i am Note that the old kernel works fine. ======================= insmod: error inserting '/lib/scsi_mod.ko' : -1 Invalid module format ERROR: /bin/insmod exited abnormally!
Modules and support for wireless cards.. Check our Corporate and Consumer Handbooks andOnline Documentation for help on managing your account, products and support. Please have a look at the Dag Apt repository. http://board.issociate.de/thread/494551/converted-RedHat-virtual.html AndyGreen24th May 2005, 05:33 PMYou have given your new kernel the initrd from the old one in grub.conf....
root=LABEL=/ the image shows root=LABEL-/ I guess is that this would work out. which is a correct errormessage. Yuri Csapo wrote: > This is one for someone with more RedHat expertize (and tolerance) than > I can muster: > > Moths ago a colleague was running 3 virtual RedHat Do not add additional lines)Ctrl-OCtrl-XCd / Cat /etc/grub.conf and do a print screen for reference.Ls /lib/modulesVerify the initrd file referenced in grub.conf is present in the modules directory.Mkinitrd -v -f /boot/initrd-EvilOneVMware
It would probably have been possible to recover by compiling the correct driver and using some live CD distro to insert it into place; fortunately just changing the controller in the However, once the virtual machine booted up we received the following error message:root ( hd0,2)Error: 22. That is a good possibility. As you surmise, your problem is likely related to the loading and initialization of the RAID device on the original system, but that doesn't exist in your VM.
The result is this: ==== (lots of similar lines) /lib/mptscsih.o: unresolved symbol ioc_list_Rsmp_dd805159 (lots of similar lines) ERROR: /bin/insmod exited abnormally! http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-25008.html Reply With Quote 06-08-2009 #8 twilight7345 View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Just Joined! Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time. Not a member yet?
MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Ask a Question You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. no such partition We modified the boot partition from (hd0,2) to (hd0,0) and received the following errors: insmod: error inserting '/lib/accraid.ko': -1 No such devices ERROR: /bin/insmod exited abnormally (pid http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-511.html so the image i have from old pc is good Also i notice while booting up they run thru many things one of those are ide: Assuming 33MHz system bus speed
I found that I neededto rebuild the kernel with the necessary SCSI drivers in thekernel. There are many docs on that procedure. Use mkinitrd .
I hope :). Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started Thing2 is now up and running. I compiled the kernel using make bzimage/modules/modules_install and not using rpm.
Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? It might use a label, UUID to / but that UUID is not the same on the restored partition as it was on the original system. /dev/sda3 ext3 /. ..... Label= Ext3 /. ..... http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-44.html Johnson: "Re: Fw: ERROR: /bin/insmod exited abnormally!" Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] To:
I have thing2 running under Fusion -- not without some troubles; apparently, when guy #1 originally copied thing1 to make 2 and 3 some strange things have happened and links seem It now looks like it can't find many things on the filesystem, including several modules and /sbin/modprobe itself. say the kernel is 2.6.26-2 then the initrd may look like initrd-2.6.26-2.EL4.i686 get the kernel version i.e 2.6.26-2 - if you are unsure look at /lib/modules then run mkinitrd /tmp/initrd.net 2.6.26-2 Then try to reboot.
Re: error: 22, no such partition VCenter Converter 4.0 rguang Jul 6, 2009 7:57 AM (in response to IamTHEvilONE) Thanks a lot.I will give a try and let you know if fdisk -l If you had lvm, lvmdiskscan pvdisplay, vgdisplay, lvdisplay. 0 Message Author Comment by:tran_20122016-04-21 hi arnold See attached fdisk out put and let me know what to change in It > now looks like it can't find many things on the filesystem, including > several modules and /sbin/modprobe itself. Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!
Volume group "main" not foundError: /bin/lvm exited abnormally! (pid 510)Creating root deviceMounting root filesystemmount: error 6 mounting ext3mount: error 2 mouting noneSwitching to new rootswitchroot: mount failed: 22unmount /initrd/dev failed: 2Kernel and a restore or a copy SHOULD restore the label (as it does with the remainder of a file system), UUID is a label of a partition, ie. Now I've done some reading on google about this and the only thing I could find was that I should try to change (append="root=LABEL=/") to the actual device name where root