Kernel panic: no init found

Martin Rheumer martinr at hotkey.net.au
Tue May 11 05:56:01 CDT 2004


If you are like us and had Perc 3/Di controllers
the modules changed for the raid controller..

Step back to the old kernel and the machine will
boot then perform these steps..

rpm -e the new kernel versions.

Then change the /etc/modules.conf
from megaraid_2002  megaraid2.

Then run the up2date command again.

This worked on 9 machines I just upgraded
in the past 2 days....


Martin




At 19:19 11/05/2004 +0900, SHIBATA, Makoto wrote:
>Redhat Enterprise 2.1AS
>Dell 1750
>
>I update rpms from RHN.
>from 2.4.9-e.3 to 2.4.9-e.40.
>
>Install successful end RHN gui.
>
>grub menu 
>  Red Hat Linux (2.4.9-e.40smp)
>  Red Hat Linux (2.4.9-e.40)
>
>fails
>"Kernel panic: no init found"
>
>only
>  Red Hat Linux Advanced Server-up (2.4.9-e.3)
>boot normally.
>
>Dell 1750 has two cpus.
>We want to use "2.4.9-e.40smp".
>
>Is there any procedure or tasks for kernel intallation
>from RHN ?
>
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