How are you running the kernel on your node? It looks like, without
knowing for certain, that you are doing a tftp boot..is that correct?
I excperienced a similar problem when I unplugged the private network
cable to my secondary node that did a tftp boot off the primary.
Let us know how you configured this node.
[mailto:ssic-linux-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Anne,
Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 4:26 AM
Subject: [SSI-users] Adding an node : failed
I installed Openssi 1.0 on a dl360 with a Redhat 9.0 distribution and I
added a node.=20
When I started this added node the kelnel is loaded and then I have a
Instrucyion(i) breakpoint #0 at 0x0124c70 (adjusted)=20
0xc0124c70 panic int3=20
Entering kdb (current=3D0xf709a000, pid 131151) on process 0 due to
breakpoint @ 0xc0124c70=20
Thanks for your help=20