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SubjectRe: 2.6.22-git17 boot failure
On Tue, Jul 24, Andi Kleen wrote:

> > Andi, any thoughts about how to debug the suse boot sequence?

The SuSE boot sequence is rather long. Which part (and which version) are we talking about?

As Andi said, putting a 'set -x' into /init script generated by /sbin/mkinitrd
is one thing. You can also boot with 'linuxrc=trace' to generate a huge
amount of udev and /init debug.

Booting with 'confirm' will allow you to step each runlevel script, see
/etc/init.d/boot, look for DO_CONFIRM=.


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