"Disk Layout Failed" during Boot.

"Disk Layout Failed" during Boot.

If your Compute Node is failing to boot with the error "Disk Layout Failed" then please gather the following information to submit with your support request. 



Send /var/log/node-installer from the head node and the disk layout used for these nodes.

Head Node:
# cmsh
% category use <category of the new nodes>
% get disksetup

SSH to a working node within the same category and send us the output of the commands below.

Working Node:
# df -h
# parted -l



Review the node-installer file for any errors or informational messages.

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