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BlueCat: kernel image is too big

Posted on 2004-03-22
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I am getting:

kernel image is too big

in BlueCat5.0 (kver 2.6.0) when trying to tftp load an os.  My .disk file is ~= 1.6MB.  I have recently added DiskOnChip support to the kernel.

Any thoughts appreciated.
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when you compiled the kernel, did you use make zImage or make BzImage ... If you used zImage then try bzImage
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You can try to load DiskOnChip driver from RamDisk and not to built-in it into the kernel.
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by:cnewby
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Seems to have been a distro specific issue concerning a corrupted build environment.
Thanks for your comments.
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