aic7xx system hangs
jlconlin at umich.edu
Tue Sep 14 01:05:44 UTC 2004
> When you booted rescue mode, it would have asked you if you wanted to
> search for an installed copy of FC2. Your message suggests it found
> install, and you should give the chroot command as it suggests:
> chroot /mnt/sysimage
> That gives you easy access to the files you will need. Sorry I forgot
> about this piece, so with the chroot, you will be able to use paths as
> if you had booted your system normally.
I saw that message, but didn't issue the chroot command. I will try it
that way tomorrow.
> Try that, and you should be able to do the mount.
> Also note that you will see it loading the SCSI driver, and once you
> have the shell prompt, try this:
> dmesg | grep "SCSI HBA DRIVER"
> and see what it says the driver revision is. The new one on the FC2
> installer is 6.2.36.
> Remember to exit the chroot environment before you reboot.
How do I do this?
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