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Old 06-13-2017, 12:19 AM   #1
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booting problem in RH, ver-5, as hdc: irq timeout : status=0xd0 {busy}


Unable to boot redhat linux (ver-5). The last line or the error are as: mounting root filesystem. JBD: Clearing recovery information on journel. hdc:irq time out :status=0xd0 {busy}.

Please suggest
 
Old 06-13-2017, 06:50 AM   #2
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Hi kparhi and welcome to LQ.

Is this RHEL version 5? Please note that this version just went end of life this year and is on extended support.

Is this a licensed system? If so, then perhaps RedHat themselves are best capable to help you with a solution that fits correctly within their architecture.

Are you seeing a prompt?

Note that a possible solution actually shows up using a web search of your string, "hdc:irq time out :status=0xd0 {busy}", and it brings you to RedHat's support site. The problem is a person needs to log in to be able to view the solution.

Other search results seem to indicate that you have a hardware fault either in the drive itself or in the hardware leading to the drive, such as the controller.
 
Old 06-13-2017, 11:41 PM   #3
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Hi kparhi and welcome to LQ.

Is this RHEL version 5? Please note that this version just went end of life this year and is on extended support.

Is this a licensed system? If so, then perhaps RedHat themselves are best capable to help you with a solution that fits correctly within their architecture.

Are you seeing a prompt?

Note that a possible solution actually shows up using a web search of your string, "hdc:irq time out :status=0xd0 {busy}", and it brings you to RedHat's support site. The problem is a person needs to log in to be able to view the solution.

Other search results seem to indicate that you have a hardware fault either in the drive itself or in the hardware leading to the drive, such as the controller.
" Yes the version 5.No prompt"
 
Old 06-14-2017, 04:03 PM   #4
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RH5 or RHEL 5.11 ( or 5 point WHAT)

rh5 is from 1997
and rhel5 is at end of life

also this is redhat so did you BUY the required support contract ?
that gets you help from redhat
you are paying for it you might want to use that support

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