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RHEL 4 Server con't Started....

Hi Friends,

My Server is con't stated..it shows the below error..

Red hat exterprise Linux As Release 4(nahat)
kernel 2.6.9-5.ELsmp on an i686

INIT : id "x" respawing too fast :disabled for 5 minutes...


Please help help

Thanks,
Srinivas
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Basically you have 3 options:
1) This same issue was resolved in this thread.
2) Assuming you have a maintenance contract with Red Hat, you can open a case with them.
3) Can you post your /etc/inittab file? That's the configuration file for the init process. If your machine is not booting AT ALL, you can always access that file using a LiveCD, for example.
Hope it helps. Please don't forget to mark this thread as solved if your question has been answered.
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