Everyone,I am a newbie. When I try to install GRUB2 on CentOS 5.2 system, I get following error.CentOS5: grub-install/dev/sda//sbin/grub-setup: warn: This GPT partition label has no BIOS Boot Partition; embedding wont be possible!.//sbin/grub-set..
My raid array wont boot, gives a kernel panic – attempt to kill initmessage and goes into endless reboots.MB is a supermicro 2P with opteron 2376 4-core cpus, CentOS sw raid,installed C5.3, updated as possible, currently c5.10. 5 seagate 750GBdri..
I did not see any way, during the CentOS7 install, to install the CentOS7 boot loader into the /boot partition rather than to the MBR of a drive. How does one do this in the installation of..
I did a bulk yum update -y of several servers.As a sanity check after the upgrade, I ran a grep of /etc/grub.conf across all updated servers looking to ensure the kernel I expected was installed.Two servers came up saying /etc/grub.conf did not exis..
I have Windows 7 on /dev/sda and CentOS 6.4 on /dev/sdb. Here are the layouts: (parted) select /dev/sda Using /dev/sda (parted) print Model: ATA WDC WD10EZEX-00Z (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 1000GB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/4096B Partition Tab..
So, I have a CentOS 6 system, and I want to make several clones of it.Im using Clonezilla to clone the drives; thats no problem.But the drive UUIDs are driving me up the wall. After cloning, the two drives have the same UUID, but Id like each clone..
There are 3 issues here: Grub, the kernel and RedHat.1) Grub wont run in an XFS /boot partition, but will happily run xfs_state1_5 to boot from an XFS root partition.2) The kernel has supported XFS quite happily since at least 2005, I am looking at..
all.sorry for an immediate question after subscribing, but Ive managed to back myself into a frustrating corner. Ive done some googling and come up dry, I figured I should try to post to the list while I dig through the archives.I have an issue w..
I am new to the community and look for some help for installing CentOS on my Dell poweredge t420 server.I am installing the CentOS on dual boot; already have the windows server2008 installed via UEFI. I installed the CentOS 6.3 via UEFI DVD boot t..
Hi. I have cloned a RHEL 5.6 physical server over to a ESXi 5.0 Virtual Machine.Using a live CD on the new Virtual Machine I created 3 partition /boot (/dev/sda1), / (/dev/sda2) and swap (/dev/sda3), I then mounted the / (sda2) partition and crea..