[PVE-User] Emergency boot-cd

Pongracz Istvan pongracz.istvan at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 10:22:48 CET 2009

2009. 03. 11, szerda keltezéssel 10.10-kor Lorenzo Quatrini ezt írta:
> Hi all,
> I was playing around trying to setup a software mirror (which I really think
> that should be an included feature) when I ended with a kernel panik on boot.
> I know I just missed to correctly rebuild the initrd image to include the mdadm
> stuff, so it would be an easy fix; probably I'll end on rebuilding the image on
> another system and then copy on the server... but... and this is the real question:
> what can I use as an emergency boot-cd?
> So far I was unable to found a compatible one (on which I could for example
> boot, mount the fixed disk and chroot on the environment to rebuild initrds and
> so on, like I am able to do with CentOS or Fedora)


I use this:

Just boot with rescue64 to get 64 bit compatible kernel.

If you plan to format ext3 and use grub on it, you have to use
inode_size=128 instead of the default (256), otherwise, you cannot
install grub.


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