I have the latest LAPP (12) installed on Proxmox 2.1 as an OpenVZ. I proceeded to upgrade the Pg version from 8.4 to 9.1 without incident.
Today I attempted to change the IP of the turnkey from 192.168.0.61 to 192.168.1.61 within Proxmox. I couldn't change the venet, so I added another with the new address. It connected, so I removed the old venet. Then all hell broke loose.
First, I couldn't start the PostgreSQL server anymore (I'm sorry, I don't have the error message). I then tried to use turnkey-init to start over the internals, but this failed (cron error); I then remembered confconsole. When I started it, I first noticed all the text was white, for some reason. But more than that, every address was set to loopback (127.0.0.1)... If I change the IP in Proxmox, I'm able to log into to Webmin and do everything as such, but everything Pg stops working completely.
By this point, if I put everything back to the original IP address, it works — that is, I can access the database server. The confconsole still reports everything as loopback and looks strange, however.
I feel like I broke something in the delicate balance of Turnkey when I removed the original venet interface. As much as I've learned about Linux in the last six months, this is simply out of my league and I'm unsure how to begin fixing (and otherwise troubleshooting) this. Please help.