Okay, so I seem to be running into more problems with OES2 lately than
Wile E. Coyote has catching the Road Runner. I've got threads open on
other forums for those, but this one is, for once, semi-non NDS

EVMS seems to fail to load properly, and thus, my root partition can't
load on bootup. I've checked to make sure boot.evms is indeed loading
up and all, and it even looks like the script starts up, but it must
not be moving fast enough, cause when the startup scripts go to scan
/etc/fstab and mount the file systems, /dev/evms hasn't been created
yet. At least, that's as far as I can tell.

I've attached a screenshot of my remote iLO session (HP's integrated
lights out thing) showing the epic failure this box is producing. I
would much prefer epic win, but that goal seems to be eluding me at

One reason I suspect it's a timing issue with the scripts is because if
I reboot it one or two more times in a row, it'll suddenly just work
fine, so if someone knows how to force a delay into these scripts
(short of slapping a 'sleep 60' call or some such in), or whether I've
got something wonky with the boot order, I'm all ears.

And then just to figure out how to get rid of Gnome as my desktop....



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