Tag Archives: grub2

A successful rescue for a remote server

After installed CUDA-9.2 on a remote server, I found that the system can’t load nvidia.ko (kernel module) with dmesg:

The reason is the current kernel running on my system has turned on the CONFIG_CC_STACKPROTECTOR compiler option. Therefore I change the default entry of grub2 and reboot the server, for… Read more »

Upgrade to kernel-4.4.1 on CentOS 7

After I compiled and installed kernel-4.4.1 (from kernel.org) on my CentOS 7, I reboot the machine. But it can’t boot up correctly. Using

to extract the content in initramfs and check them, I found out the ‘mpt2sas’ kernel driver had not been added into initramfs so /boot partition could… Read more »