I notice the default selection in GRUB is “*Advanced Options For Ubuntu”, although I get the same results for both choices.
This is what happens after the ascii drawing “HIVE” logo:
worker 10.0.0.16 modprobe NVIDIA drivers Copying NVIDIA Xorg config Connected monitors: 1 Connected monitor detected > Detecting watchdogs > Applying crontab > Caching host resolve > Saying hello to server > Starting agent screen > Starting HiveX [ OK ] Started Hive X Server.
Then this counts from about 36s to 45s:
[*** ] A start job is running for Hive (36s / no limit)
Then this and more counting (ca 51s to 1min 5s):
[ OK ] Stopped Hive Console on TTY1. [ OK ] Started Hive Console on TTY1. [*** ] A start job is running for Hive (51s / no limit)
Replaced by this:
[ OK ] Stopped Hive Console on TTY1. [ OK ] Started Hive Console on TTY1. [ OK ] Started Hive.
Now, after about 23 seconds, the rig restarts (hard reset, like I hear relays clicking etc).
The rig uses parts from an hp xw6400 workstation, with 2 1060’s (new, no bios mods). I do not have any watchdog.
I tried using both a 16GB USB3 flash drive and an old sata rotating laptop drive with same results.
Monitor is on DVI on the card connected via a riser to the first pcie16 slot.
I do not see any prompts to enter rig id or other input. I tried going to virtual consoles (ctrl-alt-F1-7), no reaction.