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Re: [Libguestfs] Virt-rescue problem



On Wed, Dec 03, 2014 at 01:08:58PM +0000, Suvajit Sarkar wrote:
> Thank You for your reply.
> >What was the output of the 'virt-rescue --suggest -d XYZ'?
> Inspecting the virtual machine or disk image ...
> 
> This disk contains one or more operating systems.  You can use these mount
> commands in virt-rescue (at the ><rescue> prompt) to mount the filesystems.
> 
> # /dev/sda1 is the root of a linux operating system
> # type: linux, distro: ubuntu, version: 12.4
> # Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS
> 
> mount /dev/sda1 /sysroot/
> mount --bind /dev /sysroot/dev
> mount --bind /dev/pts /sysroot/dev/pts
> mount --bind /proc /sysroot/proc
> mount --bind /sys /sysroot/sys
> 
> >And did you run _all_ those commands?
> yes I run all those commands in this sequence:
> virt-rescue --network -d XYZ
> mount /dev/sda1 /sysroot/
> chroot /sysroot
> update-initramfs -c -k 3.2.0-58-generic

Hang on, what about the 'mount --bind' commands?  Did you run those too?

Rich.

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