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On my E5-1620v2 Server running 2x2TB SATA drives with Hardware RAID I installed Centos 5.9 then updated to Centos 5.10 by doing yum update
Afterwards I installed SolusVM with XEN PV.
When setting to XEN kernel, the machine does not boot up but says following:

could not find filesystem /dev/root
...
..
kernel panic
(See attached image for all the messages please)

The machine boots perfectly fine with the other (non-xen) kernel available.

Can someone please help me fixing the issue?

Habib
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Do you have virtualisation bits enabled in BIOS?
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It wa a problem with drivers.
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Drivers
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Hardware raid apparently is software raid....
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