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[Bug 630434] Server refuses to boot, while used iSCSI based non "/" file system is not available.
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  • Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2010 14:44:18 +0000
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Dennis Olsson <DOlsson@xxxxxx> changed:

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--- Comment #10 from Dennis Olsson <DOlsson@xxxxxx> 2010-09-15 16:44:17 CEST ---
Although I currently cannot test on SLES 11 SP1 (my XEN guest first needs to be
upgraded, which I currently cannot do), I have tried to test on the running
SLES 11 GM with all updates using the PTFs Stefan Bogner supplied me with:



Having installed these, rerun "mkinitrd" and rebooted, the system still refuses
to boot, while the iSCSI devices are not attached to the system.

Which does not surprises me, while the problem is that the "mkinitrd" still
cannot figure out that it has to activate iSCSI during the booting up of

Also tried to update to (from SLES 11 SP1):


but this did not change anything (yes, I did rerun "mkinitrd")!

As a note, after having finished the "initrd" booting, it finishes with:

System Boot Control: The system has been set up
Skipped features: boot.cycle

which very clearly informs you that iSCSI has *not* been started nor that any
iSCSI devices have been attached.

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