From: Brian J. Watson <Brian.J.W<atson@co...> - 2002-04-30 17:49:56
=D0=BB =C7=BF wrote:
> I need you help,when I want to add a node to a ssi cluster.
> I boot a new node using a floppy ROM image that got by rom-o-matic.net.
> The dhcpd server can respond,but the tftp server seems to respond ,ther=
> some output message like "Loading 192.168.1.70:/vmlinuz....."
> and then tftp server hang.what this means?
After the booting node gets its networking info, it needs to load its
kernel and ramdisk. They are packed together in a file named
/tftpboot/vmlinuz on the shared root. Check to make sure this file
actually exists. You might also check that you have the latest version
of tftp-server, and that your configuration allows it to service
requests on the cluster interconnect.
Hope this helps.
Brian Watson | "Now I don't know, but I been told it's
Software Developer | hard to run with the weight of gold,
Open SSI Clustering Project | Other hand I heard it said, it's
Compaq Computer Corp | just as hard with the weight of lead."
| -Robert Hunter, 1970
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