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Ok, I have a Fresh Gentoo install. My Kernel works fine It runs grub everything is fine. Well this is for testing OpenVZ. Since I was out of SpareBoxes I ...
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- 11-08-2007 #1
OpenVZ Kernel Panic
Ok, I have a Fresh Gentoo install.
My Kernel works fine It runs grub everything is fine.
Well this is for testing OpenVZ. Since I was out of SpareBoxes I had to use my Work Terminal (a Compaq Laptop of some kind that runs Windows XP (Im not allowed to change that)) so I started up innotek Virtual Box in WinXP Pro. and I Installed Gentoo. Everything works fine (exept that atkbd.c keeps spamming in the terminal) So I emerged openvz. I used the Guide: Gentoo Linux Documentation -- Gentoo OpenVZ Howto
but when I had to boot the OpenVZ kernel I got Kernel Panic.
The Terminal says:Code:
VFS: Cannot open root device "hda1" or unknwon-block(0,0) Please append a correct "root=" boot option. Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)
So here is my grub:
default 0 timeout 10 title=Gentoo root(hd0,0) kernel /boot/kernel root=/dev/hda1 title=OpenVZ root(hd0,0) kernel /boot/kernel-openvz root=/dev/hda1
So I checked the kernels.
and yea they both can read the format that the hda1 is partitioned in.
(Keep in mind that this is a test box so I didnt do good partitioning its hda -> / and hdb -> swap)
Anyhow, I dont really see a error.
So can somebody tell me what the kernel error makes?
- 11-08-2007 #2
mkinitrd -c -k 18.104.22.168 -m reiserfs:intelfb
Hope this helps .
- 11-09-2007 #3
- 11-09-2007 #4
In debian it's mkinitramfs , but usually you can regenerated like :
dpkg-reconfigure linux-image-$(uname -r)