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[SOLVED]6.3.5 & 6.3.4 New Server unRAID gets stuck during first time boot.

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Tried using 6.3.4 and 6.3.5 to no avail. Basically what I am seeing is during boot of unraid OS it does it's normal thing pretty quickly and then gets stuck at "[TTM] Initiializing pool allocator"

Basically everything I can see on screen while it is stuck is as is below:

<code>mpt2sas_cm0: 64 BIT PCI BUS DMA ADDRESSING SUPPORTED, total mem (66016600 KB)<br>
  scsi host1: isci<br>
  scsi host2: ahci<br>
  scsi host3: ahci<br>
  scsi host4: ahci<br>
  scsi host5: ahci<br>
  scsi host6: ahci<br>
  scsi host7: ahci<br>
  scsi host8: ahci<br>
  [drm] AST 2300 detected<br>
  [drm] VGA not enabled on entry, requesting chip POST<br>
  [drm] Analog VGA only<br>
  [drm] dram 1632000000 1 16 00800000<br>
  [TTM] Zone kernel: Available graphics memory: 33008300 kiB<br>
  [TTM] Zone dma32: Available graphics memory: 2097152 kiB<br>
  [TTM] Initializing pool allocator</code>

I have the exact same model of a server below the one I am trying to use, they are identical minus the RAM and hard drive numbers.  The USB device I created for the new server works on the existing server and also other hardware so I don't think it is the USB flash device.  I saw some other posts about networking preventing boot up but i don't think that is the issue because I see a line about unRAID using Intel drivers.


When I try to boot to the GUI the screen goes black with a blinking cursor, never changes.  With both versions.


Any thoughts?


SOLVED:  I just used version 6.4.0-rc9f.  booted right up no problem.

Edited by spx404

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