Memory configuration on T105
adam.nielsen at uq.edu.au
Sun Mar 8 19:35:30 CDT 2009
>>> But whenever I re-boot Centos-5.2 on the PowerEdge T105
>>> I am told that the "memory configuration is not optimal",
>>> and I have to press F1 to re-boot.
> In any case, it seems an odd message
> if there is nothing one can do about it.
Have you tried a remote reboot anyway? I used to have a HP NetServer
that came up with a similar message during boot, but the message went
away on its own after two minutes or so. It meant remote reboots were
slow, but at least they could be done.
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