Red Hat / Fedora :: Kernel Panic Error At Remote Pc

Jun 25, 2010

how to resolve kernel panic error at my remote RHEL5 server side. i know normal solution through cd &n/w boot and enter in rescue mode and using mkinitrd but with out this how to solve.

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Fedora Hardware :: Kernel Panic During Installation - RAM Error

Sep 9, 2010

I have a system here that tends to have kernel panics during an linux installation, though I was able to perform a vista installation on the same hardware. Now I would like to ask what your suggestion for the cause of that problem is. Here a screenshot: [URL]

I suspect the hd to cause it:
-it is now over 7 years old
-smartctl displays over 16k read error and 0.5mio seek errors
(or are such high numbers normalfor that old disks?)
-the panic contains the string bad_area in the trace

But it might also be a RAM error, since the trace contains sth about page_fault and vista installs on the very same hdd and does not report any error messages (concerning the hardware, and I heard win doesn't complain about a bad RAM).

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Corrupted Libs: Kernel Panic Error

Feb 14, 2011

I untared a few libs on the wrong server (that's the when you're supposed to start laughing!) and I corrupted my server. Everytime it boots up, I get the following error:

/sbin/init: relocation error: /lib/tls/libc.so.6: symbol _dl_out_of_memory, version GLIBC_PRIVATE not defined in file ld-linux.so.2 with link time reference. Kernel panic - not syncing. Attempted to kill init!

I can I restore the original libs? I'm running RHEL 2.6.9-42 on a Proliant DL585.

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Fedora :: Debugging Memory Error Lockup & Kernel Panic?

Jan 31, 2010

I am having a problem with lockups on a new FC12 box (dual core 3 ghz, 4 gb memory,HDPVR,nvidia 8400gs). This happens reliably when replaying MythTV videos, but also randomly at other times using other apps (I suspect also boot but I can't be sure; it just occasionally stalls part way through the boot display).

Usually but not always this is accompanied by a kernel panic (caps lock + scroll lock lights flash on keyboard).

I did a core dump with kdump and it reports:

Thread 1 (<main task>):
Cannot access memory at address 0xffff880028025b70

I am in the process of running memtest86+ right now, and it's been through several passes without errors. I know it needs to run more, but given the reliability of this problem with MythTV video playback I am wondering if the problem could be in the video card memory.

Does anyone know of a linux (or bootable) tester for video memory? All I am able to find are some things for windoze like this.

Also is there any way to track that address from the core dump back to a physical location?

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General :: ACPI Error & Kernel Panic On Boot - Fedora 12

Jan 7, 2010

I just installed Fedora 12. When I boot, only the following three lines are printed: pnp 00:09: can't evaluate _CRS: 12298 ACPI: Expecting a [Reference] package element, found type 0 Kernel Panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0) I first installed Fedora using a RAID 1 setup that mirrored each partition, so I thought the problem was coming from GRUB and confusion from what to boot off of. However, I reinstalled Fedora using a simple single drive setup (left the second drive without any partition), and the same error was returned. Is this an ACPI issue with this particular motherboard/BIOS? Any ideas for how I can fix this?

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Fedora Installation :: Error - Kernel Panic - Not Syncing: DMAR Hardware Is Malfunctioning

Mar 26, 2010

i study computational systems engineering.. and in my school (itlp) we've got fedora 12 installed in some of the computers.. and we use it to learn network administration and security. the reason of this message.. is that i want to install fedora 12 in my notebook (dv4-1525la vu068la).. but an error keeps poping up.. the error is the next one..

DMAR: No ATSR found
DRDH: handling fault status reg f0003d63
Kernel panic - not syncing: DMAR hardware is malfunctioning

and though i have looked in bugzilla.. there is no help for me there.. they say.. "press tab in the welcome bootscreen when you are about to select whether to install or restore an existing system and write intel_iommu=off and press enter" but that does not really helps.. it just does the same.. in some blogs they say "upgrade your bios".. but i say.. then why i can not install the olders distributions with my "old" bios.

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General :: Getting Info On Kernel On Another Disk - Kernel Panic Error 6 Ext3

Feb 13, 2011

Dell laptop booting from a USB stick with a CentOS 5.5 minimum installation.

Uncompressing Linux...OK, booting the kernel.
Red Hat nash version 4.2.1.13 starting
sda: assuming drive cache: write through
sda: assuming drive cache: write through
mount: error 6 mounting ext3
mount: error 2 mounting none
switchroot: mount failed: 22
umount /initrd-dev failed: 2
Kernel panic - no syncing: Attempted to kill init!

1. Does minimum installation not drop on a kernel or initrd with ext3 support? I can't imagine that's true, but have to ask.

2. The USB stick is single partition ext3. Maybe there is some limitation specifically related to USB stick booting that requires boot to be FAT16 or FAT32? Except the CentOS 5.5 installer refuses to let me install on either FAT.

3. How can I do the equivalent of lsmod on a linux installation that will not boot? i.e. I have CentOS x86_64 running in VirtualBox, I can plug the USB stick in there, so how do I get information on the USB stick's kernel and initrd if I can't boot from it?

4. Is it possible to rebuild the i386 based initrd on this USB stick, when the computer is not booted from that stick, with a system that's x86_64 based?

System Info:
Dell Latitude i686 Laptop which has run CentOS 5.5 and Fedora 12,13,14 in the past, and boots from Fedora 14 Live CD transferred to a USB stick. So I know USB booting is possible on this machine, and this stick.

The process of creating the stick:

CentOS 5.5 i386 on a USB stick. Old Dell i686 laptop which has previously run CentOS 5.5 installed from DVD, and has successfully booted from this same USB stick holding transferred Fedora 12,13,14 Live CDs. CentOS 5.5 was installed onto the USB drive directly by the CentOS 5.5 DVD installer (running virtualized in VirtualBox 4.02 on Mac OS X 10.6.5.). No errors or complaints during installation.

For whatever reason, the installer did not do some things correctly. First Grub wasn't working correctly, I got that sorted out and have the Grub+CentOS splash screen, it finds vmlinuz and the initrd, and then I get a kernel panic.

Ext3 was built into the kernel and that's why I'm getting this message. I do not know how the installer would have dropped a kernel or initrd during instalation that that don't contain such a basic thing that obviously comes in linux kernel 2.6.18-89 EL.

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Fedora Installation :: F11 Installation Error Kernel Panic - Not Syncing

Jun 10, 2009

I am trying to install Fedora 11 from the full DVD iso on a system using an Intel D945GNT motherboard with a dual-core 3.2GHz Pentium D installed. The installation hangs quite quickly and produces the error "Kernel panic - not syncing"... The previous line is something along the lines of "EIP: [something] intel_i915_configure() [something else]". I have tried many different kernel boot options, such as acpi=off, nolapic, nommconf, and the like, but to no avail. It seems as though this has something to do with a memory mapping conflict due to the allocation of video memory for the on-board graphics chip, but I'm not at all certain about that.

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General :: Kernel Panic Error In RHEL 5.2

Feb 14, 2011

we are facing the problem related to Kernel panic in linux . Could u send me details of kernel panic . Why the kernel panic occur and how to resolve this problen

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OpenSUSE Install :: Getting A Kernel Panic Error On Computer

Feb 13, 2010

It is my first try getting Linux on my pc which is an Acer Aspire Z5610. This is not the first time for me when I am getting an Kernel Panic error on this computer.

I looked up google hoping to find an answer and I found out that it may be my BIOS's fault. I currently have Windows 7 on this PC. I have a Phoenix BIOS and there is an update for it called "Bios Linux" on the official Acer support website.

OK, after this short introduction, that's the error:

I really hope to get support for this problem as I can not literally install any other OS to this PC than Windows 7 because they fail with Kernel Panic.

Tried other Linux Editions and even Mac OS Intel Edition and IAtkos V1 and V7 and they all give kernel panic.

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General :: Kernel Panic Error On Source Installation

Aug 31, 2010

Kernel Panic.
I am using
"HP Pavilion dvb 111x"
"AMD Turion X2"
"ATI RADEON Graphic Card"
And "RHEL5"

I am not register user of Redhat. I am trying to switch kernel form linux-2.6.18.X To linux-2.6.27.53. I had download source of kernel and install it as per README file. During installation everything was fair but as I am trying to boot from my new kernel it shows me "Kernel Panic" error. It Displays

" ide_generic :I/O resorce 0x1F0-0x1F7 not free.
ide_generic :I/O resorce 0x170-0x177 not free.
Redhat nash version 5.1.19.6 starting.
mount : Could not find filesystem. '/dev/root'
setuproot : mounting /dev failed : no such file or directory
setuproot : mounting /proc failed : no such file or directory
setuproot : mounting /sys failed : no such file or directory
switchroot : mount failed : no such file or directory

Kernel Panic not Synching:
attempt to kill init! "

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CentOS 5 :: Insmod Error When Booting, Kernel Panic?

Sep 7, 2010

After a reboot, my PC just hang. It says "insmod : error inserting '/lib/raid456.ko : -1 File exists ..." then followed by a kernel panic. I have tried to boot using rescue mode but it couldn't find any Linux partition, thus no /mnt/sysimage was mounted. It left me at a shell and I'm stuck there.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Kernel Panic Not Syncing / Relocation Error

Apr 15, 2010

I tried to upgrade Empathy from 2.28 to 2.30 via Synaptic but the upgrade always failed as there were some errors to do with the dependencies (libglib2.0* and others). The dependency issues were odd as it told me that Empathy wanted to install files that were older than the existing ones. So I decided to uninstall Empathy and all its dependencies, and re-install the whole (updated) package and it's dependencies from scratch via Synaptic. After the install, Ubuntu told me that there were broken packages and Update Manager kept on popping up asking me to run a partial upgrade to fix these broken packages. Well, the partial upgrade also failed (due to the same dependency issues , I suspect) so I decided that I'll run a full system update (as Update Manager had being bugging me prior to my failed Empathy upgrade). 486 Mb later, Ubuntu no longer wants to boot - it freezes on the splash screen.

When I start it in recovery mode, it spews out the various processes being loaded. Trying to run earlier kernels (2.6.31-19 / 17 / 14) from GRUB, in both normal mode and recovery mode does not seem to help.I am running Ubuntu 9.10, kernel 2.6.31-20-generic.

a) Is the problem to do with the kernel - did the update try to update the kernel as I note that there is a new stable release (2.6.33-2)? However, GRUB still indicates that the kernel is 2.6.31-20.
b) Would updating the kernel to 2.6.33-2 help? If so, how do I do this?
c) Is the problem, as I suspect, to do with the libglib* files? If so, how do I fix it?

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Hardware :: Trying To Debug Memory Error Lockup - Kernel Panic

Jan 31, 2010

I am having a problem with lockups on a new FC12 box (dual core 3 ghz, 4 gb memory, HDPVR, nvidia 8400gs). This happens reliably when replaying MythTV videos, but also randomly at other times using other apps. Usually but not always this is accompanied by a kernel panic (caps lock + scroll lock lights flash on keyboard).

I did a core dump with kdump and it reports:
Thread 1 (<main task>):

Cannot access memory at address 0xffff880028025b70I am in the process of running memtest86+ right now, and it's been through several passes without errors. I know it needs to run more, but given the reliability of this problem with MythTV video playback I am wondering if the problem could be in the video card memory. Any linux (or bootable) tester for video memory? All I am able to find are some things for windoze such as this. Also is there any way to track that address from the core dump back to a physical location?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Grub - Ran An Update And On Reboot Get A Kernel Panic Error

Mar 24, 2011

I have a new acer machine which runs fine on 10.10 mythbuntu desktop livecd. Install seemed fine.

Then I ran an update and on reboot I get a kernel panic error. Research on this reveals it as a very deep subject which can consume many hours, so I opted to reinstall.

This time with ubuntu 10.10. I've tried different CDs, liveusb. Same errors.

So, the question is this - where do I concentrate my efforts - somewhere ubuntu doesn't like this machine, or grub. Does a reinstall overwrite the grub install too? Or do I have a bogus grub install I need to purge before I will get anywhere.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Partial Upgrade Leads To Kernel Panic Error Message / Fix It?

Jan 29, 2010

I got a notification that there was an upgrade available today in ubuntu 9.10 64, after the update i restarted my system and while booting i encountered this error message:

Kernel panic - not syncing : VFS : Unable to mount root fs on unknown - block (8,17)

does this have something to do with the OS looking at the wrong hd?
theres no command prompt to actually do anything and i tried booting in safe mode and had the same problem. Let me know what i can do!

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Ubuntu Installation :: Error - Kernel Panic - Not Syncing: Attempted To Kill Init

Jun 8, 2011

Today I was upgrading my netbook with Ubuntu 10.10 on it to 11.04 via the Update Manager. I got a few errors and the Update Manager seemed like it wasn't continuing, so decided to exit it. It didn't respond so after a while I decided to restart the netbook. However the on/off/standby/restart, etc. button in the top right wasn't responding either, so I decided to force a shutdown with the power button on my netbook. Now Ubuntu doesn't start up, and gives me an error along the lines of:

Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init! Pid: 1, comm: init Not tainted 2.6.35-28-generic #50-Ubuntu Now could I in some way repair my Ubuntu installation while still keeping the files I already have on my computer? Maybe via booting from a flash drive or something...?

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General :: Kernel Panic - Not Syncing: VFS : Unable To Mount Roof Fs On Unknown-block Error?

Apr 21, 2010

I downloaded the ubuntu-9.10-desktop-i386.iso file from the website, extracted it, and ran the Wbiu.exe file - it prompted to get my info and then restart. Upon restarting, I then had the choice to run Windows or Ubuntu, and I've been running Ubuntu ever since.

I ran into some speed-bumps. Upon entering the Ubuntu option at my start-up prompt, I go to another prompt asking me to choose from: Ubuntu, linux 2.6.31-20 Generic Ubuntu, linux 2.6.31.20 Recovery mode Ubuntu, linux 2.6.31-14 Generic Ubuntu, linux 2.6.31-14 Recovery mode Windows 7 installer Windows Vista installer
I've been choosing the very first one, the 31-20 generic, but just this morning after downloading some programs from the Synaptic and transferring a few Gbs of music, I received this error prompt: Code: [2.879604] Kernel panic -- not syncing: VFS : Unable to mount roof fs on unknown--block (8,2) After that, I've been running the 2.6.31-14 generic installer. I have no idea what any of this means and I've spent time crawling through threads trying to figure it out. I mean, it still WORKS but I just help but think I've done something very wrong. ALERT: SUDO PASSWORD QUESTION

I hope the cautionary sign above has dispelled any annoyed gurus who have answered this question dozens of times before. I've crawled through my fair share of threads concerning this, the best corollary being the following: forum/linux-newbie/157773-solved-sudo-password-errors-usb-internet-issues.html; which, strangely enough, was never really solved. Like the user in that thread, when I access the terminal and type in a command, the next line invariably states "[sudo] password for jacob' -- when I hit enter and type in the long list of possibilities I've read (read: sudo, su, su root, su passwd, sudo passwd, sudo root, et al.), alas, nothing happens but the same statement.

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Feb 10, 2010

i am just learning about computers and know nothing at all except how to turn it on. i just booted up linux and recieved message: [0800654] Kernel Panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown - block (8,1)

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Mar 28, 2011

Recently i've been playing with few variations of linux distros since my Windows XP got infected with something that makes anything flash-player related crash or restart computer even(im saying this because it might be related), reinstall didn't help fix it so i decided to better switch back to Linux world and tried some newest distros. Everything was nice untill..recently some distros after installation gave me kernel-panic or caps lock+scroll lock lights blinking..trouble is Fedora 14 just gave me same stuff after i went maybe 5mins away from keyboard with web browser open then came back to notice..if at first i thought it was wrongly made distribution now i'm bit scared that my PC is dying..i did basic search in google and people say it may be related to hardware beeing too old or drivers but when i use it then i don't encounter this - just when afk. I have almost none experience in Fedora so was just wondering if someone could point me to right direction

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Oct 1, 2009

The Fedora 11 Live CD was tested on a Dell and it is good. On the HP Pavilion a705w, with an Intel Celeron 2.93HHz w 760MB RAM, the install fails with kernel panic. The cd was burned on the HP.

A colleague suggested that the HP may not be compatible with the kernel. Are there startup settings that I might try to diagnose the panic issue? Perhaps there is a verbose boot up process that pauses so one can take notes?

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Nov 30, 2010

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Nov 22, 2009

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Jan 2, 2010

I've decided to switch one of my workstations from debian to fedora and I have some issues that I would like to discuss. I've installed the fedora 12 from a live cd and everything worked fine but when I use yum to install software the caps lock key blinds and my old acer 1.5 celeron laptop freezes. Using lmsensors I've noticed that the cpu temp is miniumun 60 degrees and the cpu fan is always on. I've used google and found some ways others tried to resolve this but none worked.
I thing it's a kernel bug so I want to know how to collect all the data.

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Jun 10, 2010

I've been using Linux for a few years, but this is my first time using Fedora. I installed it on an old computer last night and rebooted, and everything seemed good. I let it start to install updates, but after they were about half done I stopped it, turned the computer off, and went to bed. I know that was stupid of me, and I'm afraid it screwed something up because now when I boot I get the error "kernel panic-not syncing VFS:unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)".

When I looked up the error on Google it seems a lot of people get this after installing a kernel incorrectly, so could stopping the update in the middle perhaps screwed with my kernel? Could I simply chroot into the installation from the live CD and run 'yum install kernel26'?

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Nov 6, 2010

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and the sources are form f13 where can I find the repos for f14

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Jan 7, 2011

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Aug 20, 2011

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Apr 20, 2010

I have a client who has for the last four years been running a Red Hat 4.1.18 Server with absolutely zero problems. Yesterday somebody had a problem with one of the attached Windows PC's and some genius decided to reboot the server. By genius I mean idiot and by reboot I mean pull turn off the power to the box.

When they tried to reboot, they get a kernel panic. This is what the screen says;
Uncompressing Linux... Ok, booting the kernel.
audit(1009912323.849:0): initialized
Red Hat nash version 4.1.18 starting
File descriptor 3 left open
Reading all physical volumes. This may take a while...
/dev/hda: open failed: No medium found
No volume groups found
File descriptor 3 left open
/dev/hda: open failed: No medium found
No volume groups found
File descriptor 3 left open
/dev/hda: open failed: No medium found
No volume groups found
mount: error 6 mounting ext3
mount: error 2 mounting none
switchroot: mount failed: 22
umount /initrd/dev failed: 2
Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!

The server runs the database for their entire POS system so they are now dead in the water. I'm stuck, I've never come across this before. What do I do to recover this?

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Feb 3, 2009

I'm running Fedora 10 on a HP Compaq 6710b laptop. It is by far the best OS I have ever used and have no complaints, but I seem to be having some trouble with the wireless at work. The office has a single Cisco Aironet 1131 configured for WPA2 using AES with a PSK. The SSID is not broadcast. The mode is B/G mixed. My wireless card is a built-in Intel PRO 3945ABG, the driver is IWL3945 (auto configured during the OS install).

I use the Network Manager to manually add my SSID and select "WPA & WPA2 Personal" on the security tab and enter the PSK in the password field. After a few moments the wireless connects and appears to be working fine. About every 3-5 minutes while using the office network I get the "kernel error" dialog in the bottom right hand corner of my screen and the wireless drops connection. It re connects after about 30 seconds and appears to work fine until the next kernel error.

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