Seeking Help With Mindi/MondoRescue - for '/boot' dir restore
I could use some serious help im kinda freaking out... updated vbox on all machines - all went goot without hitch, on last machine- which happens to be our server. after booting says "grub stage 2" then goes right to a grub prompt.
All of the machines are identical, so on another machine i see that:
and so im trying to do :
i know my kernel is in /boot dir so also tried:
ok so im pretty worried at this point - can anyone lend a helping hand?
If I understand your problem, you have a number of machines with CentOS 5.6 installed.
You updated the virtualbox program you had installed on each.
All the machines except one boot successfully.
Is the grub.conf file you posted from a bootable CentOS?
Are you able to boot any of the other kernels?
How are you running these commands on the machine which doesn't boot? A Live CD?
What is the output from the grub prompt of:
I can't imagine how updating VirtualBox on your machine would affect booting.
Ok - here is what happened (who cares at this point) but apparently my /boot dir was nuked and a new kernel was put there - whole grub menu gone.... paperweight
So NOW.. luckily i made a Mindi/Mondo rescue disk but as the rescue disk .iso is 2.5G i cant fit it on cd-rom. So put 2.5 restore image on a usb, stick and booted my mondorescue.iso file via secondary usb stick but mindi/mondo cant find the restore image..
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Seeking help with Mindi / MondoRescue - for '/boot' dir restore !
Apparently my /boot dir was nuked and my system reduced to a paperweight...
Luckily i made a Mindi/Mondo rescue disk but as the rescue disk .iso is 2.5G i cant fit it on cd-rom.
So I put 2.5G restore image on a usb stick and booted my mondorescue.iso file via secondary usb stick but mindi/mondo cant find the restore image....
So i entered "expert mode" and mounted the rescue image.... but now cant find a way to re-launch an "interactive" restore...
Do i need to install mindi / mondo? - cant find the binaries to launch... checked /bin /usr/bin /sbin .... any ideas -- i reviewed the docs at http://www.mondorescue.org/docs.shtml but cant find a way to restart now that the restore image is mounted....
seek assistance, really need to get this system back up!
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