Please find the required information from the below.
Installation of Oracle VM Server 3.2.7 on
Intel dual-processor server board S2400SC with 2 NICs
Intel ESRT-II (Integrated Embedded Server RAID Technology – II)
Created RAID 1 out of ESRT-II using 2 x Enterprise SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm HDD
Please do the needful.
More specifically, OVM3.2 is shipped with the UEK2 kernel, not the RHEL5 one. You can find some more info in the release notes here (https://oss.oracle.com/el6/docs/RELEASE-NOTES-UEK2-en.html#ol_stadrv_uek2), which is a list updated storage controllers. A complete list is not available, but another source of information could be the kernel config in /boot if you have an already working OVM32 system.
We've tried out what we usually do with RHEL5, that is, to create DUD floppy diskette, give the command-line parameter
linux dd noprobe=ata1 noprobe=ata2 noprobe=ata3 noprobe=ata4
at the boot: prompt
But we the get the message
Could not find kernel image: linux
everytime immediately after pressing <Enter>
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