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CRITICAL svm_rescue:633 No suitable SVM boot disk found

  • 7 September 2019
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Stuck with this error. Please help out.
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Best answer by sbarab 24 December 2019, 17:44

@Niranjan Sorry for this long delay in responding to yu.

This tends to occur due to a partition existing on the SSD from the factory. 

Check if the SSD exists by running "lsscsi". If the SSD is not showing, then you might have to insert a new one there and rebuild the svm boot disk.

But if does show, check if there are partitions in  (/dev/sdX where X shows on the output of lscsi command u ran) by running “ls /dev/sdX”, and if they exist you will need to remove them by either running “parted” to delete them or you can fill zero in the partition table using “dd”” command.

If you are still experiencing this issue let me kow and I will try to assist as best as I can.

 

Regards,

 

-Said

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@Niranjan Sorry for this long delay in responding to yu.

This tends to occur due to a partition existing on the SSD from the factory. 

Check if the SSD exists by running "lsscsi". If the SSD is not showing, then you might have to insert a new one there and rebuild the svm boot disk.

But if does show, check if there are partitions in  (/dev/sdX where X shows on the output of lscsi command u ran) by running “ls /dev/sdX”, and if they exist you will need to remove them by either running “parted” to delete them or you can fill zero in the partition table using “dd”” command.

If you are still experiencing this issue let me kow and I will try to assist as best as I can.

 

Regards,

 

-Said