[linux-lvm] (root is lvm) Kernel panic: No init found. Try passing init= option to kernel
Liping.Bao at ca.com
Tue Jan 18 03:39:29 UTC 2005
I am dealing with a Disaster Recovery Software. After recoveried system
layout with lvm tools and recoveried data I bootup the machine,but
"kernel panic" happened.
Really appreaciate your help.
My system is Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9(kernel 2.6.5-7.97-default).
The / partition is installed in a lvm vg.
The /boot partion is a regular partition.
Before reboot, I can activate all my logic volume with command "vgchange
-ay", and all of them can be mounted successfully.
Then I installed lilo.
And during bootup, I add "initrd=trace" to trace the initrd procedure, I
don't find anything abnormal(dm-mod loaded,volume activated, chroot to
real root succesfully...) except the kernel panic.
In my opnion, the "kernel panic" always happened during upgrading
kernel. Which problem it should be?
How can I trace the problem?
Thanks in advance.
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