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gigiz
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kernel panic

hi guys,

i have a blade with suse 11 service pack 1 .

The system crash down.

When i attempt to restart it, in the boot i have this error :

 

/bin/run-init: /sbin/init: No such file or directory.

Kernel panic - not syncing : Attempted to kill init !

Pid: 1, comm: run-init Not tainted  2.6.32.45-0.3-default #1

 

any idea ....

help me 

 

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gigiz
Valued Contributor

Re: kernel panic

ooopppss

the error is :

/bin/run-init: /bin/sh: No such file or directory

 

 

sorry

Matti_Kurkela
Honored Contributor

Re: kernel panic

Probably there is a problem in mounting the root filesystem. As the system fails to transition from initrd to real root filesystem, the initrd-based "run-init" process dies and causes a kernel panic.

 

Can you boot the system on external boot media, e.g. the rescue mode of the SuSE installation discs, or any Linux Live CD?

That would allow you to determine if the root filesystem is OK or not.

MK
gigiz
Valued Contributor

Re: kernel panic

I have already boot in rescue mode.

the root file system is ok. i have do fsck on it and go welle.

Any idea?

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: kernel panic

sh is a link to bash. Either the link is missing or corrupt, or bash itself is missing or corrupt




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gigiz
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Solution

Re: kernel panic

The problem was a file system corruption , and we haven't many file.

 

Thanks at all