No filesystem could mount root

mahendra varman mahendravarman15 at
Sat Jul 19 23:02:45 EST 2008

> There are no messages from the kernel that it's trying NFS. You can
> check the boot arguments you are passing to the kernel.

The boot arguments are passed correctly only.

setenv bootargs console=ttyS0,57600 root=/dev/nfs

still Iam getting the above said error

Any clue??
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