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Re: After upgrade, Debian Jessie boots into read-only root file system

After the upgrade swap was disabled, and /etc/network/interfaces was
overwritten, leaving all my vmware and kvm virtual machines netless
(they depend on the bridge defined in that file).

Nothing that cannot be resolved from the command-line, but a bit annoying.


On 09/13/2015 08:04 AM, Jarle Aase wrote:
> Hi,
> This morning my workstation booted into a read-only root file 
> system. I assumed that it was the old SSD drive that was closing
> to end of life, - but when I booted my laptop, that also booted
> into read-only.
> The system came up after I re-mounted root to read-write, and 
> re-started kdm.
> Both machines runs Debian Jessie (8.2), and both machines were 
> upgraded yesterday. They also have encrypted root file systems 
> (default cryp+lvm from the Jessie installer) on aging SSD disks. 
> Both machines also mounts other data disk(s) during boot. The 
> data-disk(s) were read/write after boot.
> I found nothing interesting in dmesg (at least not when searching 
> for read only, mount, warn or error).
> Jarle

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