Hardware=Dell R620CentOS version = 5.8I am having problems with Dell R620 and using the centos 5.8 i386 netinstall iso. I am using dhcp on eth0 which loads the tg3 driver that is ... [by bthorpe76]
on 11/02/2012 – Made popular on 11/02/2012
The other day I burnt a copy of a CentOS 6.4 64 bit netinstall disc,
verified the disc which passed & about a third of the way through the
install it informed me that there was no CD in the drive & refused to
So I burnt another & the same thing happened.
I'm running XenServer on an Dell R610 and am running into a catch-22. During install from DVD, CentOS can't find the DVD package catalogue. It's a reported error for some, XenServer + CentOS6 + DVD install in some hardware configurations = failed install. Yes, I checked the MD5 and let the disc test pass.
I've been a long time Debian user but now I'm working with Red Hat and I'm a bit lost. I just installed a fresh install of CentOS 5.5 on a new Dell server. Dell provides a current Red Hat 5.5 driver for mpt2sas. How do I install this driver?
I have 3 servers with me: Dell R810, R820 and R620
If I boot up above 3 servers with CentOS 6.3 64-bit Live CD, all of them pickup the IP address and are on the network
But When I boot up these 3 servers with Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit, then only R810 picks up the Ip address while other do not, even through ubuntu is able to detect all the 4 Ethernet adapters on R620 as well as on R820.