First time I ended up with a server i can’t login to on the console and ssh isn’t even running!
Also, before I even got that far i had to add edd=off to the kernel params in grub to get around
Probing EDD (edd=off to disable) so might be worth doing that by default.
I didn’t get an
ELevate-Upgrade-Initramfs grub entry.
I didn’t have to
sudo rmmod pata_acpi
why do we need to enable root ssh - especially as all the commands are using sudo?
sudo leapp answer --section remove_pam_pkcs11_module_check.confirm=True
why did all of these module streams get enabled - i am running apache on this, but not mariadb and don’t really want any python2 stuff on there, virt is for the guest tools (this is a kvm vm) i assume?:
Enabling module streams: httpd 2.4 mariadb 10.3 python27 2.7 python36 3.6 virt rhel
powertools, extras, ha… all sorts of repo’s enabled!
possibly needs instructions about how to change SELinux back to enforcing from permissive after the relabelling.
2nd attempt - this time i edited grub.cfg to add edd=off (noticed there is an ELupdate entry, i guess last time it got removed when i had to reboot to add that) but now i’m just stuck at a blinking cursor… yup, rebooted and now its gone and i have the same problem - logging into the console just returns me to the login prompt and ssh isn’t running.
3rd try is running now, i edited /etc/default/grub before doing the upgrade this time and am doing centos-to-centos, but assume its some PAM issue.
no, same problem, blinking cursor (also grub changes were ignored, had to add edd=off during first boot - which you mustn’t miss!)