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Pinned topic Linux does not boot on 3 of my eServer xSeries 345

‏2012-07-26T21:41:01Z |
Hello *,

I run a Cloud using a bunch of 335 and 345 servers with some EXP300 appached and now I have three 345 which I can configure correctly (Raid 5 + 1 Hotfix) it is synced and optimal.

Configuration:
eServer xSeries 345 (8670)
ServeRAID 6i + ZCR
6 x 147 GByte
RSA II

I have installed Debian Squeeze as usualy, but on three 345/8670 I can not boot the Kenel.
It prompt me to insert a Disk...

Any suggestions?

Note: I have three of them which do not like to boot and the other 80 Server are working perfectly.
Oh, I had on SCSI Channel 2 an EXP 300 with 14 x 147 GByte and on an additional ServeRaid 4M a DELL PowerVault 114T SDLT, attached, but even without, it does not boot

hanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
Michelle Konzack

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