|Re: Duplicate kernel error / error checking dependencies [message #53620 is a reply to message #53618]
||Fri, 10 January 2020 08:54
Registered: January 2006
Location: Moscow, Russia
dmc_dtc wrote on Thu, 09 January 2020 19:16|
... network problem after vzdeploy finished and system restarted...
The root of the problem i guess is using new ip util and really very old vzkernel.
(Why vzlinux contains that old vzkernel package? Well, in fact vzlinux is not used as a standalone distro anymore, so vzkernel package normally comes from virtuozzo repos which contain fresh versions)
Workaround: just don't reboot node after "vzdeploy" is finished.
Yes, i've seen, the documentation says you need to reboot, well, the documentation should be fixed as well.
Basically yesterday i came to the following procedure which resulted in OpenVZ 7 converted from CentOS 7.7:
(yes, with a number of hacks and workarounds) until scripts are fixed:
# rpm -e kpatch
# wget http://repo.virtuozzo.com/vzlinux/vzdeploy/vzdeploy
# chmod 755 vzdeploy
# ./vzdeploy --skip-kmod-check --skip-version-check
// DO NOT REBOOT!
# do-upgrade-vzlin-vz7 --skip-license
# rpm -e libreport-plugin-problem-report libreport-plugin-vzlinux-bugs
# yum update -y
Hope that helps.
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