[CentOS] New machine dying on boot.... - CPU 0 not enough memory
for domain -
john at mavin.com
Tue Nov 13 21:46:50 UTC 2007
Interesting that the error didn't show up during the install of the OS,
Centos saw all of the CPU's, the memory and didn't blink once. I did an
install everything, maybe I should back off and reduce the role of the
machine. Perhaps there is something trying to load in the Kernel it
Neil Aggarwal wrote:
> I have had strange problems like this from a bad
> or mis-seated memory stick.
> Run a memtest and see if it gives you an errors.
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: centos-bounces at centos.org
>> [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of John Plemons
>> Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 1:37 PM
>> To: centos at centos.org
>> Subject: [CentOS] New machine dying on boot.... - CPU 0 not
>> enough memory for domain -
>> I am playing with a new machine I just got in and it is dying
>> on boot...
>> I'm wondering if it is to much machine for Centos to run..
>> It is a Generic machine using a Tyan Thunder motherboard running (8)
>> eight dual core AMD 855 cpu's with 128 gig of ram, not 128
>> meg, but 128
>> gig of ram. (2) SCSI 146 Seagate Drives. ATI Graphics built
>> onto the board.
>> The error I'm seeing is on loading the Kernel, I get a
>> message that says
>> "CPU 0 not enough memory for domain"
>> I'm lost with 128 gig of ram I'd think there is plenty of memory...
>> The load is a fresh install ( today ) of Centos 5 - x86_64 version
>> Used the defaults on all of the items it is vanilla as can be, yet it
>> chokes and dies...
>> As for the machine, it is a new machine that I just picked up, I'm
>> loading Centos to make sure it is working correctly...
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