You'd need to look at the logs and/or console at the time of the failure and tell us what those say before anyone can help. Unfortunately, "failing to mount" doesn't say enough ... [by TrevorH]
on 03/07/2013 – Made popular on 03/07/2013
I used mdadm to create a RAID device, which apparently is /dev/md0. I need to mount it in order to be able to use it. "Mount" is asking for the filesystem type. I know I need a -t switch, but don't know what to do.
I recently installed Ubuntu on my computer to USB Flash drive and that works fine. When I take it to my friends house or parents house and try to boot from flash drive on their computer it kernel panics!
Message is : "Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found". Before that there is hex codes and what looks like a back trace.
So, I booted up my computer a few days ago and what came up was an error message saying "Failure to mount filesystem". Now when I try to boot up from the HDD the word GRUB comes up over the entire screen and the bottom right keeps flashing as if it is writing GRUB over and over again. My father thinks the loader might be broken but we cannot figure out how to fix this problem.
Fails to mount the server (10.125.224.22) during installation of a software on client, throwing the below error:
nfs mount: 10.125.224.22: : RPC: Rpcbind failure - RPC: Timed out
nfs mount: retrying: /cdrom
This happened after complete shutdown of the lab. The server came up fine but most of the services were offline and uninitialized.