The Problem Of “Redhat Kernel Panic”
Redhat kernel panic
is a big bad problem that a redhat user faces while
booting the system or mounting a hard drive which is
having a bad sector. In case of Linux we can also see
that the operating system becomes unbootable due to
sudden power failure, it is a very common issue for
any of the operating systems we deal with. This sort
of behavior or event affects the data of the root partition
and it can also damage the system as well. Now due to
this abrupt problem if the user loses any sort of the
metadata, redhat utility is the answer to the user.
Redhat kernel panic occurs when the
user is trying to start the system and during the booting
operating it gets clogged and cannot boot properly.
Each time the user tries to boot the system redhat kernel
loads but booting is not taking the system to the next
stage and similarly it shows several sort of error message.
However in other cases if the user tries to mount a
disk which is from another system certain commands indicates
that the system partition is corrupted. The common reasons
for the “mount error” are the corruption in the file
system and the damaged table of the partition.
In some of the specific cases the root partition becomes
“not accessible” as the loss of data can occur abruptly.
Even in certain specific systems Redhat kernel
panic persists after the user boots the system
from the “Rescue Mode”, in such cases you need to make
the partition again and reinstall the Redhat from the
installation disc. To fix the system from the data loss
that has been occurred due to Redhat kernel
panic the possible solution would be backup
the system data and as well the Data Recovery process.