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|0006301||CentOS-6||CentOS-6-Plus||public||2013-03-10 17:17||2013-03-11 19:11|
|Priority||high||Severity||block||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Status||resolved||Resolution||not a bug|
|Platform||Virtual Box 4.2.8||OS||CentOs||OS Version||6.3|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0006301: Upgrade to 6.4 failed|
|Description||Upgrade to 6.4 caused my CentOs to block and never boot.|
|Steps To Reproduce||1. I have the latest CentOs 6.3 release.|
2. I issued "yum update" through the command-line and the update was successful.
3. I rebooted the machine.
4. The machine blocks and CentOs never loads.
|Additional Information||I tried shutting down the machine and starting again. Same issue.|
I attached a screenshot where the block happens.
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Attached Files|| CentOs-Dev.png [^] (1,220 bytes) 2013-03-10 17:17
CentOs-Dev-2.png [^] (10,609 bytes) 2013-03-10 18:26
CentOs-Dev-3.png [^] (12,099 bytes) 2013-03-11 14:29
|That's not really helpful (the screenshot). If you press ESC when this screen comes up first, you can see which services are started.|
Indeed, the boot hangs at "Starting jexec services". It doesn't show "fail" or "success", it just hangs there infinitely.
Alternatively, I tried booting to the CLI and disabled the jexec service by running "chkconfig jexec off". I booted again to CentOs and it still hangs but at at the same place (the difference is "Starting jexec services" is no longer displayed).
|So the question would be: What comes after jexec (or atd)? Is there anything to be found on one of the other virtual consoles (you can reach them with CTRL-ALT-F2 to F7)?|
Thanks for taking the time for this. The other virtual consoles are accessible. I attached the screenshot of running the command "startx" in one of those consoles. How do I go about copying the content of a file? (I think the log file can give you more hints).
|try to reinstall graphics card drivers|
|or delete /etc/X11/xorg.conf and it should start without graphics card acceleration|
That did it (removing the conf file). Thank you!
|marking as resolved per reporters feedback|
|2013-03-10 17:17||omarabid||New Issue|
|2013-03-10 17:17||omarabid||File Added: CentOs-Dev.png|
|2013-03-10 18:17||range||Note Added: 0016638|
|2013-03-10 18:17||range||Status||new => feedback|
|2013-03-10 18:25||omarabid||Note Added: 0016639|
|2013-03-10 18:25||omarabid||Status||feedback => assigned|
|2013-03-10 18:26||omarabid||File Added: CentOs-Dev-2.png|
|2013-03-11 10:57||range||Note Added: 0016646|
|2013-03-11 14:29||omarabid||Note Added: 0016647|
|2013-03-11 14:29||omarabid||File Added: CentOs-Dev-3.png|
|2013-03-11 14:30||czipis||Note Added: 0016648|
|2013-03-11 14:32||czipis||Note Added: 0016649|
|2013-03-11 15:02||omarabid||Note Added: 0016650|
|2013-03-11 19:11||tigalch||Note Added: 0016654|
|2013-03-11 19:11||tigalch||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2013-03-11 19:11||tigalch||Resolution||open => not a bug|
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