After moving my CentOS 6 installation over to a new PC, the GRUB start-up screen looks a bit strange. On the old machine, the menu area and splash image would cover the entire screen, but now they occupy only a small rectangle in its centre. I th..
We are getting the below error while running the below grub command during boot time.grub–batch–no-floppy$LOGFILE 2>&1root (hd0,0)setup (hd0)EOFrestorecon -v /sbin/grub >>$LOGFILE 2>&1*grub: asmstub.c:234: grub_stage2: Assertion `simstack_alloc_b..
I have tried more than half a dozen different combinations of the color command in my grub.conf file, and see nothing but black and white.Is there* a problem with the CentOS grub command?* a problem with grub figuring out how to do color on my hardwar..
After reading the tutorial at http://wiki.CentOS.org/HowTos/Install_On_Partitionable_RAID1 I have the following question:What should I put instead of splashimage=(hd0,0)/grub/splash.xpm.gzandroot (hd0,0)on /etc/grub.conf? Should I leave those lines untouch..
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..
I recently cloned an old install from one server chassis to another via rsync. The old setup only had one disk and the new one is set up with two disks in a softraid. I managed to solve the problem and thought Id present it here to benefit others.attempt..
I was not happy with the power consumption of CentOS 6 x86_64 on a new Lenovo Thinkpad x220 Tablet and I worked on reducing it. I just wanted to share with the list one of the changes which gave me the most significant improvement.As per http://www.williambrownstreet.net/blog/?p..
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..
Greetings- I have a few custom kernel parameters being passed to a CentOS box via the /boot/grub/grub.conf file. However, if there is a kernel update, and grub.conf is regenerated, how do I ensure my custom parameters are: a. left in place on the ol..