The server was in production for 1 year. After a scheduled restart it failed to load because of some kind of software error - the active partition was full (it is a documented cisco bug). I tried to boot with SuSE live CD in order to delete some temporary files. I wiped out all unnecessary files according to a step-by-step how-to (not from cisco).
After the reboot the server died on "Configuring kernel parameters [OK]"
I tried a completely new install (recreated the RAID too). I did the reinstall in the same way as in the initial installation one year ago. And again - it failed on the same line during the boot process.
I don't know what to do now. Is it possible this to be a hardware problem that popped up at the same moment when I was booting with SuSE?
ok, if you don't have it download the CUCM recovery CD and burn it. insert the DVD in the drive and reboot the server.
enter "W" when you reach the menu. Once that is complete, then press "F" once you are back to the menu. After this, press "V" and finally "Q". then reboot and try installing CM 5.1 once this is complete.
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