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comment how to turn a rescue kernel into a working one?
@MichaelHampton: The documentation states however that GRUB 2 reads its configuration from the /boot/grub2/grub.cfg file on traditional BIOS-based machines and from the /boot/efi/EFI/redhat/grub.cfg file on UEFI machines.
Jun
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comment how to turn a rescue kernel into a working one?
@MichaelHampton: the file is straight from the server, without modifications.
Jun
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comment how to turn a rescue kernel into a working one?
@Brian: as I mentioned, none of the previous kernels worked (they crash the same way), except for the rescue one.
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comment how to turn a rescue kernel into a working one?
Sorry, I forgot about that : yes, there is space left on /boot (about 200 MB)
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Mar
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accepted how to get a subset of NTP servers from *.pool.ntp.org?
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comment how to get a subset of NTP servers from *.pool.ntp.org?
I completely understand that the provider of an NTP host may not want to have it published (I probably would have had the same concerns). I do not want to overuse the NTP service and since the visibility of the hosts does not seem to be provided outside of DNS queries I will leave my quest there. The 13 hosts I gathered are enough for a test (which is a one shot one (or seldom-shot one so to speak)). Thank you for providing resources to the community, BTW :)
Mar
21
comment how to get a subset of NTP servers from *.pool.ntp.org?
@ott--: I could, yes, but even right now when querying the pool (fr.pool.ntp.org, not the servers 0.pool...) 100 times in a row I get 13 distinct servers. By seeding the DNS servers I could try to go around the cache -- but what I am looking for is a straight list of servers, not one which is built up indirectly.
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comment how to get a subset of NTP servers from *.pool.ntp.org?
I understand why I am getting a limited number of servers (and this is fine and expected). My question was about the direct availability of a larger list (as opposed to one built-up from DNS queries). I will make that clear in the question.
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