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CentOS repeatedly restart

Mandar Khire
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Joined: Sep 11, 2007
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This is my first question in Linux/Unix section. I am java programmer but now trying to use Linux for java project.
I am using centos.
centos release 5.4(final)
kernel 2.6.18- 308.1.1 el5PAE on an i686
I successfully install & config Mysql, jdk.
For my java project, i need to use DRBD
So i try to install it & try to configure it...
Now i got error as bellow:-
Error 1:-

Error 2:-

Error 3:-

In error 3 screen i got ok button when i use it, all repeats as above.
Even i try to step by step booting but no use.
I want help.Please.


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Tim Holloway
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WHY does a JAVA project require DRBD? DRBD is a replicator. I use it to keep a hot mirror of my critical network share files, but no application ever depends on that fact. As far as they are concerned, the DRBD partitions are just ordinary filesystems.

One thing is for sure: "localhost.localdoamin" is definitely not spelled right, just like the error message says.


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