Description of problem:
upgrading with dvd from fedora 12 to fedora 13 the system boots fine with f12 kernel but fails to boot with any f13 kernel. i get a lot of errors like
udev* : operation not supported
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ rpm -q kernel
Steps to Reproduce:
1.select f13 kernel from grub.
systems ends in unusabe state (no ssh, ctrl-alt-del does nothing)
booting with selinux=disabled does not help. the system is
ProLiant ML370 G4
same system is affected by this bug:
also, my /var/log/messages is flooded with selinux errors, even if i boot with the f12 (working) kernel, and even if i did a few autorelabels already.
disabling selinux in "config" file, alowed the f13 kernel to boot correctly. now i wonder why autorelabel is not fixing this ...
Created attachment 425111 [details]
last thing isee in /var/log/messages before crash
now, the f13 kernels boot but, after a while (1/2 hour, 8 hours or whatever) the system becomes locked (no ssh, no console). the attached snapshot show the last messages i see in /var/log/messages before crash. how can i find out what's really going on? meanwhile the rhel 6 beta kernel is not crashing.