More On Kernel Panic Init On Your Linux System
When you are using a computer you will
find that the system processes in Linux boot up from
the init. During the booting process the last and the
final step deals with the init as it controls the sequence
and the processes that are associated with both the
boot up and the shut down.
Very often you will find that during the booting process
the system encounters a fault and the process fails.
This generally occurs due to the kernel panic
init system error that crops up on the screen.
The main implication of the kernel panic init
error on your computer is that the initrd file has been
corrupted for some reason and in certain situations
that are critical you would require to resort to a fresh
reinstall. This results in data loss and this is the
reason for you to keep a back up of the data that is
lost so that you do not lose any vital data on your
computer. In case you do face data loss you can resort
to Linux Data Retrieval tools that are advanced enough
to recover the lost data that you have encountered.
One of the prime causes of the kernel panic
init error is when the initrd statement has
not been put in the Grub prompt or inside the Grub.
Conf file. There may be cases where the parameter of
the kernel statement root does not point to the valid
hard disk partition or hard disk. In order to resolve
the issue you have to ensure that you have deployed
the right inirtd for Grub so that it goes to the kernel.
The root parameter should be changed to suit the one
that has the root folder. If the initrd file is damaged
or destroyed the Linux recovery or rescue disk should
be used in order to get it back up and working. In this
manner you can successfully address the kernel
panic init system error in your computer.