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Centos 7 as master OS on Microserver G8. FAQ.


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Just want to be sure what's going on here.

 

 

Order to store temporary files, which not needed after reboot to RAM, to increase life of SSD drive.

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Hello everyone.

Install linux firsttime.

I am trying install CentOS7.

Installation ends with error.

Can't understand why this is happening.

Ask for help from the community.

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Usb-key with driver and CentOS iso  mount by ILO

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are you using the shared iLO port?

 

Ive seen this before with Intel vPRO - its where the install ISO is disconnected because the OS resets the LAN port.

Try with iLO on its dedicated port.

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are you using the shared iLO port?

 

Ive seen this before with Intel vPRO - its where the install ISO is disconnected because the OS resets the LAN port.

Try with iLO on its dedicated port.

I use VirtualDriver from ILO Integrated Remote Console.

I have tried to install from usb and dvd, but i get this mistake each time.

 

I use ACU - raid1 to install os.

The error "dracut-initqueue" disappears when I install via usb and the label usb does not contain spaces. Then I get the error "pane dead" on parse xml tabledatapy.
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my steps:

1)burn CentOS-7-x86_64.iso to dvd.

2)rename hpvsa-1.2.10-120.rhel7u0.x86_64.dd to hpvsa-1.2.10-120.rhel7u0.x86_64.img and mount to ILO

3)start HP Microserver

4) on first page press "Esc" and write "linux modprobe.blacklist=ahci inst.dd" press Enter

5) press "1", press "c".

 

Have error "dracut-initqueue".

blkid show usb /dev/sda: LABEL = "OEMDRV" UUID ="..." type="ext4"

 

What should i do?

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