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  2. BGBUILD-155

Images built on Centos5.x (el5) for VirtualBox kernel panic (/dev/root missing)

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      Build image in CentOS 5.5 x64, target VirtualBox platform.

      Modular appliances also fail: https://github.com/msavy/boxgrinder-appliances/tree/89ec2d322a050151ef5b4d0343e8f03a0a932f4b/testing-appliances/modular-appls

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      Build image in CentOS 5.5 x64, target VirtualBox platform. Modular appliances also fail: https://github.com/msavy/boxgrinder-appliances/tree/89ec2d322a050151ef5b4d0343e8f03a0a932f4b/testing-appliances/modular-appls
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      Standard CentOS testing appliance used: https://github.com/msavy/boxgrinder-appliances/blob/f6fca8fd8277ae162b9504264bcb4bef6b718b59/testing-appliances/jeos-appls/centos-5.x-dumb.appl (temp location)

      /dev/null is not found at boot in the produced appliance, causes a kernel panic at attempted boot.

      The same appliance was successfully built for VMWare.

      Fedora 13 & 14 succeed with same methodology.

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        Marc Savy
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        Build log is ostensibly successful, kernel panic at runtime for VirtualBox. Targeting VMWare is successful.

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        Marc Savy
        added a comment - Build log is ostensibly successful, kernel panic at runtime for VirtualBox. Targeting VMWare is successful.
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        Marek Goldmann
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        Confirming the issue, scheduling for 0.9.1.

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        Marek Goldmann
        added a comment - Confirming the issue, scheduling for 0.9.1.
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        Marek Goldmann
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        If you attach the disk to IDE controller - it works. Because SATA controller is default since 3.2 the bug report is correct and needs to be fixed, working on it.

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        Marek Goldmann
        added a comment - If you attach the disk to IDE controller - it works. Because SATA controller is default since 3.2 the bug report is correct and needs to be fixed, working on it.
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        Marek Goldmann
        added a comment - Fixed: https://github.com/boxgrinder/boxgrinder-build/commit/c74807dd994214430f6aa8394b36f7f25c3857df https://github.com/boxgrinder/boxgrinder-core/commit/47de1b8010d298fcc3a11efa347155a558b2650c
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        Marc Savy
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        Fix confirmed. Closing.

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        Marc Savy
        added a comment - Fix confirmed. Closing.

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          • Assignee:
            Marek Goldmann
            Reporter:
            Marc Savy
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