[Beowulf] Strange "resume" statements generated for GRUB2

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Mon Jun 10 18:32:03 PDT 2013


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On 10/06/13 05:51, Skylar Thompson wrote:

> I'm not a SuSE expert so I'm not sure what YaST is doing, but I
> imagine you have to make grub changes via YaST rather than editing
> the grub configs directly.

This is one of the things that really puts me off SuSE, I've used it
now on an IBM Power5 cluster and our (retired) BlueGene/P and I am so
glad our BG/Q runs RHEL6 instead.

It might have it's own annoyances but being randomly overridden by an
annoying configuration system is not one of them.

All the best,
Chris
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