PVE Kernel doen't work after install

ggillesa69

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hi !
i installed proxmox 6.2 with usb stick on Sun Fire x4140.
At the first reboot, grub loads modules and proxmox displays prompt without any poblems.
But if i power off and power on, grub loads the modules and kernel crash and reboot.
how can i do ? i don't know how to fix it

any ideas ?
thanks
 

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sc3705

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It looks like your finger or something is blocking a valuable message in the picture. Something doesn't have enough space.

I have no clue what your issue is, but I would start with a bios update. I've seen this a long time ago, not with Proxmox, I think it was windows and the CPU was over clocked. I kind of remember a bios reset fixing it.

I don't have enough information to know if this is your solution, it's just something I remember from my past, just trying to help.
 
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ggillesa69

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the message hidden with my finger is : Error : Not Enough Space For Option Rom ....
ok, but Rom of what ...???
 

sc3705

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Hmmm, I don't know. That's odd to me. Did you try the bios reset? If it's complaining about space for ROM I would disable some bios features and try again. That would be an educated guess on my part but that's what I would do if I were in your shoes.

I'm very interested in the solution to this for some reason, I'm a geek like that. Please post if you find the solution.
 

ales

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@ggillesa69 same problem here. After the installation, the server continuously reboot.
Did you managed to solve the issue?
 

ales

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Installing Proxmox 6.1-2 instead of 6.2-1, I'm able to boot the server.

Then, I updated the system with apt-get dist-upgrade (enabling the no-subscription repository), and now I'm able to boot in pve 6.2-10
 
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