Description of problem:
Installing 6.1 by using PXE server, it will be kernel panic,
but 6.0 is succesful.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
prepare an PXE server and using network installing RHEL6.1
Steps to Reproduce:
1. prepare the PXE server by using the config like below:
DHCP NFS TFTP service is started and workable.
modify the BOOTX64.cfg
title Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0
kernel /rhel6.0/vmlinuz ip=dhcp method=nfs:192.168.16.1:/var/ftp/rhel6.0x64/
title Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1
kernel /rhel6.1/vmlinuz ip=dhcp method=nfs:192.168.16.1:/var/ftp/rhel6.1x64/
2.client using PXE install from PXE server
3.select install RHEL6.1
It will show kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(1,0)
it should be into the grub menu to install OS
This can't be fully evaluated until the traceback that results is attached to the bug, but it's certainlty not an efibootmgr bug. Reassigning to kernel, though it could still be a grub problem or a dhcpd.conf configuration problem. No way to tell until we see the traceback.
For some reason the kernel's being asked to boot from /dev/ram0. Reassigning to anaconda.
This can't be an anaconda problem yet, anaconda isn't running. Too vague.