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XenServer 5.6.0 Fatal Kernell Hung

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All of the sudden after a power failure our primary resource pool member server is throwing a kernel hung error and will not boot. We have tried upgrading to 6.1 to get around the error and get an "Unrecoverable Error" 62% of the way through. There is important data we need off of the local storage repository on this drive. Any help would be much appreciated.

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We had already reinstalled but this guide save our butts for getting the other servers back online. You can reinstall using the same version and just don't select a storage repository and it keeps all your data files.
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