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UDEV issues

I'm trying to get one of our servers to boot with 64GB. One of the
servers won't recognize 4GB DIMMs, but after switching to another broken
server we were able to get it up to 53GB with a good boot (RHEL 5.2),
but after adding an additional SATA and replacing the 4 remaining 1GB
DIMMs, the kernel boots fine, but we hang on udev. I've got a few other
things I might try, but I am looking for some other ideas. This is an
Intel whitebox with a Supermicro X7DB8+ MB currently flashed at BIOS
2.1. I may reflash it to 2.1a and possibly remove the second SATA.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
Boston Linux and Unix
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