[Bug 1028458] Re: iSCSI root based servers appear to fail to boot completely

James Page james.page at ubuntu.com
Tue Sep 4 18:01:32 UTC 2012

*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1038055 ***

I've struggled to reproduce this issue with the beta-1 images; it does
seem to occur infrequently still (I get the Ubuntu 12.10 splash and
never a login prompt) but more often than not it boots OK.

Steve - I think the VT I grabbed that screenshot off was tty1

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  iSCSI root based servers appear to fail to boot completely

Status in “plymouth” package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  During alpha-3 ISO testing, iSCSI root volume based installs installed
  OK, but then failed to boot subsequently.

  Very limited output to go on; DHCP requests seem to occur OK but
  sporadic output from initramfs.

  I was able to get one test to boot by repeatedly rebooting the server.

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