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Old 6th June 2005, 08:30 PM
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Arrow FC3 installation Proliant DL360 G4 Fails to boot after installation

He there,

Im not realy having problems installing FC3 on my 2 NEW Proliant DL360 G4 servers . It just doesn't boot. Normally, you have to set Proliant Servers to the OS you are about to install. But this one, say's: "You don't need to select an OS" ......... Wierd though, but ok. Installation go's fine, on the SCSI U320 Raid 0-1 controller. FC3 detects my 73 GB drives and installation and partitioning go's without any error.

Then finally its say's: "Reboot to finish installation". It reboots....... But after the screen with the F9, F10 and F12 (PSX and System maintanance screen) it tells me, booting from C:............ But FC3 is never booting.

I realy don't know what to do next so i hope you can tell me what to do ? I tryed almost every thing, except dropping it from the 9th floor.

No error, no message. Just booting from C: is all i get. Thanks in advance for you help.

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Old 6th June 2005, 08:40 PM
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is that one of those boxes that have the 'diagnotic' partition at the very beginning of the drive? about the fist 20mb or so.. i used to have to deal with those and they install a custom bootloader so that diagnotic partition will work and if you ordered that server with windows then its bootloader looks for a bootable OS on c:. i am not going to swear to this 100%, but with the compaq's i converted over to linux/bsd i have to completely remove that diagnotic partition and install grub to the boot sector, but dont do this unless you are completely sure you know what your doing.
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Old 12th June 2005, 04:14 AM
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Hi
I have the same problem with ProLiant 1600, The installtion process stops after the recognizing the monitor, but if i using the text mode it will continue, but the system dont start
I think the problem is the VGA card (Sirrus Logic 1 MB)
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Old 14th June 2005, 04:33 PM
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Boot with the Rescue-Disc. Then chroot to the installation. cat /etc/grub.conf.

check boot=/dev/cciss/c0d0 or similar.

Then just "grub-install /dev/cciss/c0d0"

That worked for me (I had to do a very quick replacement of a Server and runned into this)
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Old 14th January 2006, 11:15 AM
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I've same problem of digitalhuman with a Proliant ML350 G4 SMART ARRAY 641 with 3 raid5 disks. At moment I've replaced FC3 with FC4 and all seem work fine.
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