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Old 11-26-2007, 08:38 AM   #1
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Multiple Blade servers booting from multiple disk drives simultaneously

I'm trying to build a system where eight blade servers will boot simultaneously to eight different disk drives in a drive array. Each system is to be independent of each other. I've tried to create a standard RHEL4 install, but I am unable to boot more than one server at a time. I am also getting errors when booting if all the drives are powered on at the same time...I'm not very experienced with Linux, so I am finding this a little frustrating. I get an error stating that "/etc/fstab does not fsck passno field." Any help with this matter is greatly appreciated.


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