CentOS7 Fails to Boot After VAL installation

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CentOS7 Fails to Boot After VAL installation

Veeam Logoby davide.depaoli » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:18 am

Hello,
another issue on my way.
After VAL installation, I have rebooted my CentOS 7 vm and it goes to emergency mode. I'm sure that the fault lies with VAL, because the first reboot with a clean vm worked without any problem.
I have to revert to a clean vm snapshot to have a working system.

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Re: CentOS7 Fails to Boot After VAL installation

Veeam Logoby vmniels » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:20 am

Which kernel are you running? What was the output by journalctl -xb ?
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Re: CentOS7 Fails to Boot After VAL installation

Veeam Logoby davide.depaoli » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:54 am

My really big mistake !
The problem is not VAL, but is related to my 2nd hard disk partition/dev/sdb1, I have used as local Veeam repository.
Removed it from fstab, rebooted and the vm is working, also with VAL installed.

Sorry for the false alert !

UPDATE: I was wrong write the entry in the fstab. I'm not a linux expert......
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