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XenServer first install

Hi,

I have just downloaded the XenServer trial and tried installing on a HP DL380 G5, the install went fine with no errors but when I rebooted I got an OS not found error...

the system is configured with one array of 4 drives raid 5...

Any thoughts?

Joolz

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Carl WebsterCommented:
Did you set the array as bootable and to be the boot drive?
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joolzhainesAuthor Commented:
No, how is this done?
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
your system boot order has to match ..
example: boot from external / HBA first
 
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Carl WebsterCommented:
ON an HP, that is done in the RAID setup.  On the DL380 G7 I just setup for a customer, there was an option in the RAID Controller setup to make the RAID bootable.
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joolzhainesAuthor Commented:
Hi,

I am running the smartstart cd and configuring the array but there is no option to make bootable.. where are you setting this option?

Joolz
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Carl WebsterCommented:
In the RAID Controller setup when the server boots.  Not from SmartStart.
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joolzhainesAuthor Commented:
Thanks, worked after a RAID controller software upgrade
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