No kernel messages displayed during boot

Albert Shih Albert.Shih at
Fri Nov 16 10:47:44 PST 2007

 Le 16/11/2007 à 19:02:01+0100, Dmitry Karasik a écrit
> Hello,
> My 6.2-STABLE crashed today, and when I rebooted it, a very
> strange effect appeared: from the second the kernel took 
> over, immediately after loading all .ko files, no text
> was printed in the console. The system booted though, 
> and the next text was printed to the console was the
> login prompt. The screen didn't went blank, just all
> kernel messages and output of /etc/rc* wasn't there -- all
> was printed on the screen was FreeBSD boot menu, and login
> prompt.

I don't known if my experience is the same as your. But when I have two KVM
with a HP Proliant DL 380 G5 I've got exact same problem. 

but when I connect the screen directly to the server the problem disapear.

Don't known if this message can help you.


Albert SHIH
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