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The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Even with the initial build with "Slave", you > can boot the O/S by entering the boot string and quitting out. Do you have a separate /u file system for data? Then place the root.supreblockfile on a UNIX file system floppy and use your emergency boot floppy andboot it in the failed system. Check This Out

See here: http://communities.vmware.com/thread/49487---Paul SvirinStarWind Software developer ( http://www.starwindsoftware.com ) Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 9. Lilo "L 40 40 40 40 40 40..." 4. Top 1. I need to work up a full version of this and put it elsewhere.Regardless, good luck and let me know if that works for you. http://www.verycomputer.com/185_b52ced44273eaf81_1.htm

I installed a passive terminator on the connector. Once fsck was happy,I booted the emergency boot floppy, mounted the recovered rootfile system (hd0root) read-only and used cpio to back up the file systemto tape. should I connect the device to 220 and end my misery Q. What has been determined is that after > > > system install and during inital boot of O/S if the defbootstr is > > > entered at the boot prompt and

Could any one help me?ThanksHari.The last time I saw that message was on a client's SCO Xenix 2.3.4 system.The message then meant that the superblock on the root file system wascorrupted. Apparently, some where along the line they corrected this problem but failed to notify anyone of the changes. LILO saying "L 40 40 40 40 40 40..." 6. I don't know if your hardware has the sameoptions.

Show 11 replies 1. HP is in the process of trying to correct the problem. Re: migrate unix to vmware Admington Oct 14, 2008 6:18 AM (in response to continuum) Hi there, have you had much luck with migrating your sco openserver box toa VM environment. http://fixunix.com/sco/583598-panic-srmountfun-error-6-mounting-rootdev-hd-1-42-a.html Thank you!

net.2-m68k 5. Re: migrate unix to vmware culbeda Mar 4, 2009 7:30 AM (in response to [email protected]) Sorry to hear that. If you build your SCO O/S with the CD-Rom being the "Slave" the above situation happens everytime regardless of the server model you install it on. (Tried on (2) ML570's and By Phil Larkin in forum AIX Replies: 3 Last Post: September 9th, 06:42 AM System to install many modules?

Somehowthe /etc/conf/cf.d/mscsi file lost the entry for the root disk controller!I had to supply the controller info on the boot prompt (Sdsk=...) to get itto boot, then correct the file to http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c00882116 The time now is 11:47 PM. - Contact Us - Unix & Linux - unix commands, linux commands, linux server, linux ubuntu, shell script, linux distros. - Advertising - Top I am currentley in a situation where i need to replace our aging Hp sco openserver 5 server with a new HP DL380 G5. Remove advertisements Sponsored Links jgt View Public Profile Visit jgt's homepage!

Top dejanst Posts: 124 Joined: 2011/09/20 14:13:13 Re: Problems with RAID 1 GRUB setup Quote Postby dejanst » 2011/09/22 17:30:27 If this is a bug that can not be fixed eazily his comment is here Mike -- Michael Brown The Kingsway Group Mike Brown Guest June 27th,08:34 PM #3 Re: SCO OS 5.0.6 Initial install creates system panic on Compaq ML570 Jean-Pierre Radley wrote in I also saw the post on using Acronis but I cannot justify spending $700 on aconis when the sales rep could not guarantee that it would work. I think > | > typically there would be some other explanatory error messages before > | > the "srmountfun" panic (something like "no root disk controller" -- but > |

This morningi have following message on consoleNOTICE: Sdisk: Unrecoverable error reading SCCI disk 0 dev 1/42 (hd=0bus=0 id=0 lun=0) block=0Medium Error"PANIC : srmountfun - Error 22 mounting rootdev hd(1/42)1/42 is the I didn't start having the problems you described until I tried to migrate an IBM server running 5.07 (I can't remember the model of the server off-hand). Top AlanBartlett Forum Moderator Posts: 9296 Joined: 2007/10/22 11:30:09 Location: ~/Earth/UK/England/Suffolk Contact: Contact AlanBartlett Website Re: [SOLVED] Problems with RAID 1 GRUB setup Quote Postby AlanBartlett » 2011/09/23 19:38:49 Thank you this contact form I know very little about sco/unix/linux the only thing I have is a Boot disk and a Root disk that has a bad image on it but I will gladly attempt

SCOPE Any HP ProLiant server running SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 and configured with two (or more) of the following HP SAS Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) when one of the following secondary (non-boot) Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Re: migrate unix to vmware [email protected] Mar 4, 2009 2:55 AM (in response to culbeda) Hey Cubelda many thanks for your complete and really nice step by step answer.Finally I managed

If you see files pop up, you've got the right one.7) Run the following command (this is where I break with most of the instructions out there):unix.install link=fd()blc Sdsk=blc(0,0,0,0) root=hd(42) dump=hd(41)

The unrecoverable error andMedium error indicate that. Could any one help me?ThanksHari.--Steve FabacS.M. Thats pain !!! Later, he tries to change SCO Unix partition back to boot he gets the above message.

Top WhatsHisName Posts: 1534 Joined: 2005/12/19 20:21:43 Location: /earth/usa/nj [SOLVED] Problems with RAID 1 GRUB setup Quote Postby WhatsHisName » 2011/09/22 18:03:09 It would help to associate root with the correct Very helpful Somewhat helpful Not helpful End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International Start of Country Selector content Select Your Country/Region and Language Click or use the tab key to Fabac, Jr. 2004-09-19 05:13:20 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by HariI am running SCO Open Server 5.0.5 on HP Net Server E800. http://axishost.net/error-6/error-6-mounting-ext3.php Register Forum Archives Operating Systems Linux and UNIX SCO SCO OS 5.0.6 Initial install creates system panic on Compaq ML570 SCO OS 5.0.6 Initial install creates system panic on Compaq ML570

This morningi have following message on consoleNOTICE: Sdisk: Unrecoverable error reading SCCI disk 0 dev 1/42 (hd=0bus=0 id=0 lun=0) block=0Medium Error"PANIC : srmountfun - Error 22 mounting rootdev hd(1/42)Cannot dump 32654 What has been determined is that after > > system install and during inital boot of O/S if the defbootstr is > > entered at the boot prompt and you quit I lost a lot of time trying to do a P2V and I couldn't make it work .Basically , I guess , the main problem I had was , the soft Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Unanswered Threads Find All Thanked Posts Go to Page... unix and linux operating commands Warning and Panic errors SCO

My only option at that point was to restart the machine without shutting it down. RBSU does not apply, the server is ML570 G1. Find all posts by jgt #5 02-07-2012 Brian22 Registered User Join Date: Feb 2012 Last Activity: 7 February 2012, 6:25 PM EST Posts: 3 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 I think an easier way to discover that this might have happened is to try converting it to a VM under Workstation or Server first and using IDE disks.Just out of

Result=boot not found Cannot open Stage 1 boot failure: error loading hd(40)/boot. Fabac, Jr. 2004-09-19 05:19:22 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by HariI am running SCO Open Server 5.0.5 on HP Net Server E800. When the server has fully booted, edit the /etc/default/boot file with the above Sdsk entry to the DEFBOOTSTR parameter. This occurs each time regardless of which controller the > > hard drives are attached.

Some questions:- I haven't followed those steps from Culbeda because I didn't understand what did he meant!Can you help me about it explaining in the simpler possible way? (i'm a unix Remove advertisements Sponsored Links Brian22 View Public Profile Find all posts by Brian22 #6 02-07-2012 Corona688 Mead Rotor Join Date: Aug 2005 Last Activity: 7 October 2016, The time now is 03:47 AM. Did a P2V from SCO5.0.5 some hours ago.

Q. Fabac, Jr. 2004-09-19 05:13:20 UTC Steve M.