[syslinux] Switchroot: mount failed: 22, Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted tp kill init!
estair at ilm.com
Sun Apr 9 00:32:09 PDT 2006
Guess: your kernel was built with an initramfs that contains an init script... the init script is doing a switch_root to some hardcoded/defined/detected local device which doesn't exist (or isn't bootable) in your situation. I'm _guessing_ that you're trying to do an old-school nfsroot mount. That doesn't work anymore, as of 2.6.15.
Or I could be entirely off base, I'm basing this scenario on the little info you gave... not sure that "root=IP" does in fact do anything. (nfsroot= maybe?) Most likely, this doesn't come down to an issue with syslinux, it seems to have done its job
From: syslinux-bounces at zytor.com on behalf of Kosolapov Dmitry
Sent: Sun 4/9/2006 12:20 AM
To: SYSLINUX at zytor.com
Subject: [syslinux] Switchroot: mount failed: 22, Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted tp kill init!
My pxelinux.0/default file is:
When mounting I get:
switchroot: mount failed: 22
Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted tp kill init!
Before it I get some messages about: Can't find /dev/console.
/clients/192.168.4.100/root/dev was empty. I've copied my /dev to
/clients/192.168.4.100/root/dev/ but the errors weren't fixed.
What is the problem with mounting? Thanks advance.
PS. I do everything according to FM at linux-mag.com
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