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Old 20th March 2009, 06:27 PM
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FC10 kernel panic - Stale NFS file handle

A FC10 server hung and had to be power-cycled. I suspect it hung because of an nfs mount timeout.

Now it does not boot. The error is
libc.so.6 not found. Kernel panic. Attempting to kill init.

Booting under rescue:

/lib64/libc.so.6 links to libc-2.8.so

# ls -la libc-2.8.so
ls: cannot access libc-2.8.so: Stale NFS file handle

Is there a way to reboot to a clean state? There must be some NFS cache file.

I also tried to cp rescueCD:/lib64/libc-2.8.so to the old lib64 dir, but get the same "Stale NFS file handle" message.
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Old 21st March 2009, 08:54 PM
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Can you boot somehow, that you get yum running? To install that missing.so, or to place the file not found.
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