Description of problem:
When I boot up the system, it hangs at "starting UDEV"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora Core 9 Preview Release
8 core system
happens on every boot.
I added the "udevinfo" and "modprobedebug" flags to the grub parameters on boot
and saw the following:
udevd: udev_done: seq 590, pid  exit with 0, 0 seconds old
udevd: msg_queue_insert: seq 592 queued, 'add' 'module'
udevd: udev_event_run: seq 592 forked, pid , 'add' 'module', 0
udevd-event: pass_env_to_socket: passed -1 bytes to socket
udevd: msg_queue_insert: seq 593 queued, 'add' 'system'
udevd-event: pass_env_to_socket: passed -1 bytes to socket '@/org/kernel/u
at this point the output is truncated and the system just hangs.
I suspect it's an issue going back to the 2.6.24 kernels, as I was seeing
similar issues with that kernel on the FC8 live CD.
Please let me know if you need any further troubleshooting info-
On further research, this looks like an issue with the ECC ram in my system.
The motherboard is a supermicro X7DAL-E, running bios version 2.0B
Is there anyway to disable EDAC from grub, or do I need to try to get it to boot
from a rescue CD?
I blacklisted edac_mc and i5000_edac by using rescue mode and was able to get
the system to boot. While this is now fixed, other folks are probably going to
run into the problem.
This motherboard uses an intel 5000X chipset; the edac wiki reports that there
is a patch in CVS for the i5000 edac driver, but it apparently hasn't made it
into the distro yet.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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I have the same problem with the kernel 18.104.22.168-45.fc9.i686. But 22.214.171.124-108.fc9.i686 works fine!
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