Just wondering, is there a patch that is floating out there for this
problem? Basically, I am using a Jumpstart server to build
2.6 boxes and it builds fine except for the reboot and it says that
it cannot find the boot block for the drive (I've tried 2 different
drives of the same model). i have even tried running "installboot"
manually and the command completes successfully but it still
fails the bootup process. The only patch that I saw that might
have anything to do with scsi was 106173-03. Has anyone
else seen this problem? Also 4GB EIDE drives work fine
for the Jumpstart (it is configured with "free" for slice 0, so
the partitioning info is not relevant - in otherwords we are using
the entire slice 0 for our /, /usr, etc and another slice for swap
but that's it).
Here's the bootup error:
Rebooting with command:
bootblk: can't find the boot program
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