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I'm installing CentOs 5 on a server set up with Raid5 and am getting a kernel panic. I believe it is happening when it starts to read the drives. Is ...
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    CentOs 5 Kernel Panic


    I'm installing CentOs 5 on a server set up with Raid5 and am getting a kernel panic. I believe it is happening when it starts to read the drives. Is their a specific boot option i could use that would solve this problem?

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    How about letting us see the kernel panic printout (there should be a copy in /vaar/log/messages) by posting it here (as an attachment).

    Also, give the system config as much as possible, and are you trying raid with an external controller or using the internal motherboard ide/sata port?

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    i can't get to a read out of it because i dont have anything installed on the system. I am trying to do it on an LSI 1030 internal scsi RAID controller

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