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Problem with virtual appliance magento when booting after few times or export

roduce's picture

Hello, i succesfully downloaded a magento virtual appliance, wich i modified with this tutorial (sorry it's a french one, but the command lines do not change)

configuration turnkey linux magento

But after a few boots, or try to export zip upload on dedicate server and download in an other place, i have this problem:

udevd[329]: can not read '/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules'

udevd[329]: can not read '/lib/udev/rules.d/75-persistent-net-generator.rules'

/dev/mapper/turnkey-root : clean, 73132/1114112 files, 354901/4456448 blocks
/dev/sda1 wan not cleanly unmounted, check forced
/sbin/mount.vboxsf : mounting failed with the error : Protocol error
mountall: mount /media/magento16_SF [629] terminated with status 1
mountall: Filesystem could not be mounted: /media/magento16_SF
/dev/sda1 : 201/125416 files (1.5% non-contiguous), 29852/499713 blocks mountall : fsck /boot[301] terminated with status 1

and after the virtual machine can't start (it has been run using virtual box) i can not do anything, start or halt or escape. So i would like to know how to fix it if it's possible (i have a backup before the bug...) but i really would like to know how to prevent it => i can't import the same backup every weeks to fix it . thanks you in advance.

lesnod's picture

I'm getting a similar error, however it's [71]. I have a physical box I have dd'd the image from a virtual machine, but when I boot the physical box it says:

doing fast boot

creating device nodes with udev

udevd[71]: can not read '/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules'

 

Trying manual resume from /dev/sda1

resume device /dev/sda1 not found (ignoring

waiting for device /dev/sda2 to appear:........................................Could not find /dev/sda2

After that I have no option, I have to do a hard reboot. Does anyone have any idea how to fix these errors?

Jeremy Davis's picture

First thing I'd do is check the disk (fsck). Hopefully that will get you going again. Use a LiveCD/ISO to boot your appliance.

@roduce - I'd check the physical HDD as well (using the native disk check tools).

@lesnod - Probably a much better way to migrate from a VM to a physical machine is with TKLBAM. Just do a backup of your VM, install the vanilla appliance to bare metal and restore to your freshly installed appliance.

Landis Arnold's picture

I assume from your last line that you do a Hard Reboot and that it starts back up.

The french link looks like you added a CD Recorder though you are running as a VBox.  I haven't used VBox much.  Doesn't Vbox have Native access to your CD Drives?  VMware does.

Can you run the system without modification to see if you need to modify it first.

I would recomend installing TKLBAM, making a backup, then Making a New Install and Running a Restore.  You will have a fresh system that should eliminate the data corruption (if you have it).  If the problem is in your CD Driver you may need to manually remove what you added  (apt-get remove ....)

Hope this helps.

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