[CentOS] /etc/rc.d/init.d/xfs freezes during boot up
cow at launchpc.com
Sun Sep 11 19:47:38 UTC 2005
I have another problem, but I have found a work around. However, I don't
know why it works. I was hoping someone could help.
With some help from some previous people on the list, I have my CentOS 4
install to work. I had some previous problems with PCMCIA freezing which
was caused by my video card. The next thing to freeze was
/etc/rc.d/init.d/xfs. My first work around was to linux rescue and remove
from the directory which allow me to startup. Although, I executed the
script with "xfs start" and it started fine. So, I recopied the script back
into the proper directory but added a "sleep 5" at the beginning. The trick
worked, but my question is why does it prevent it from hanging.
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