I manage a dedicated server in OVH and I upgrade my debian from jessie to buster. Upgrade works quite well (it seems...) and I try to restart.
Server reboot fails as unreachable, fortunately OVH rescue mode allows me to login.
I check error log and first lost myself in RAID error message, but it was more simple than that.
I check the /etc/network/interfaces file, it was OK
I check the logs files, clean, reboot, check again, still OK except that network was unreachable for named.
I finally remember that Debian switch to systemD in latest version so I tried to create system networking file manually : too complicate, it was not working.
In rescue mode, you can access your files as a mounted point so usual commands as systemctl does not work.
The solution was to chroot a shell :
- mkdir /mnt/md2
- mount /dev/md2 /mnt/md2
- chroot /mnt/md2 bash
- systemctl enable networking
And it works...
Now I have to check all other system to be sure that everything is working...
Begining with :
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade sudo dpkg --configure -a