Fixing recursive error but reboot is needed [Solved]

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Ritana
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Fixing recursive error but reboot is needed [Solved]

Post by Ritana » Mon Aug 26, 2013 9:22

Hi everyone,

I have re-installed my Sabayon twice today, but after upgrading entropy and reboot the system fails with the "Fixing recursive error but reboot is needed" message.

I've not done any unusual only upgrading my system

su -
equo update
equo upgrade
equo conf update
reboot

could anyone tell what the Hell is happening now ?? :?
Please, help!

thank you in anticipation,

Rita
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Re: Fixing recursive error but reboot is needed

Post by lxnay » Mon Aug 26, 2013 10:16

sabayon-limbo contains the Linux kernel version 3.10.9 which has been found to be buggy with BFQ (the i/o scheduler).
A fix is going to land in 3.10.9-r1 which should appear in repos in a couple of hours from now. In the meantime, you can workaround the bug adding elevator=deadline to the kernel boot command line parameters.
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Re: Fixing recursive error but reboot is needed

Post by Ritana » Mon Aug 26, 2013 11:11

lxnay wrote:sabayon-limbo contains the Linux kernel version 3.10.9 which has been found to be buggy with BFQ (the i/o scheduler).
A fix is going to land in 3.10.9-r1 which should appear in repos in a couple of hours from now. In the meantime, you can workaround the bug adding elevator=deadline to the kernel boot command line parameters.
Thank you very much! Now it works! :cheers:
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3.16Ghz Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo E8500; 6Gb Kingston DDR2 1066 Mhz,
SAMSUNG 830 SSD, Samsung HD1109 2 Tb, NVIDIA 610gt
Linux 3.12.0-sabayon, KDE 4.12.-64 bit

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