If the SMP kernel boots with the U2 kernel we will do some further investigations. I’ve tried with Hiper Threading on and off and see the same behavior. I am using kernel: My feeling is that we willbe prioritizing the xfortest. ELsmp kernel stock duel xeon processors Any fix to this? Automatic translation This article was translated by an automatic translation system and was not reviewed by people.

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I have found a timeout, which appears to have a default of 30 seconds on most systems. It took RedHat 4 months to fix that problem, so we won’t do any guesses if your fix for Bug fixes our problem, too.

mptsas load errors when trying to install XenServer 6.5

For a new Linux virtual machine in which you intend to install a Red Hat Linux 7. We are using RHEL 3. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. And the kernel errors mention sda, which is exactly this hdd.


Comment 8 Tom Coughlan With a fresh installation of RHEL 3. ELsmp, this caused the same problem as before. By using our site, you acknowledge loxding you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Can you apply it and see whether it fixes your boot problem?

Configuring the LSI Logic SCSI Adapter in a Linux Guest Operating System

Comment 21 keith mannth Mounted root ext2 filesystem. Unix domain mptsvsih 1. Verify that the LSI Logic adapter is detected. If no errors appear, verify with lsmod that both mptscsih and mptbase are installed, and continue. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.

Starting migration thread for cpu mptscaih Starting migration thread for cpu 1 Starting migration thread for cpu 2 Starting migration thread for cpu 3 PCI: ELcnnhugemem contains patch from bug Here’s another example different vm, same host, also Linux in this case, the storage wasn’t gone, but the host was under heavy load:.

I have not tested it myself, but will defer to James for further comments. Booting from CD or when upgrade, when the “boot: I’m going to try disabling HT mptscish see if it has any effect on the scsi timeouts.


Comment 24 Jason Tolsma Comment 20 Lowding Johnson Comment 36 Samuel Benjamin Don’t have it emulate a scsi disk? Post as a guest Name. This looks to looks to be the same problem. I do not know if they are significant. Comment 27 Bob Johnson IBM xseries redhat es 3. Comment 23 James Cleverdon EL Comment 14 Oliver Paukstadt Comment 29 John Birck If anyone continues to have a problem running RHEL3 U6 which was released just last weekplease file a new bug report.

While the symptoms might be similar, I don’t believe the cause is directly related.