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"unknown partition table" Displayed When Booting Linux Server (Doc ID 2371262.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018

Applies to:

Linux OS - Version Oracle Linux 6.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Linux x86-64
Linux x86

Symptoms

The following message is displayed when booting the server :

Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdn: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdat: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdu: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdv: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdak: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdas: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: unknown partition table
Mar 7 11:46:39 xxx kernel: sdbb: unknown partition table

Cause

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