[PVE-User] web console error after ocsinventory-agent installed

Muhammad Yousuf Khan sirtcp at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 14:52:37 CEST 2012

but the problem right now is i can not access the console either. it
is saying that
/sbin.getty : ( and the same error )

init : Id "1" respowing too fast : diabled for 5 minutes. this is the
main console.
OKKKKKKKK it means things are very much dead :( ow God and the problem
is that it was a cluster master. i have to break the cluster now :(

ok now please guide me a little.how would i copy the VM.

there are raw drives in /var/lib/vz/images/$vmid

so after copy the data which is *.raw to external USB or network
drive. what would be next?

i am confuse because there is also a foot print of VM on
(for example) /etc/qemu-server/105.conf

so, how could i restore a config file or i dont have to worry about
the config file i just create the same size vm and add the raw drive?


On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 4:45 PM, Matthew Caron <Matt.Caron at redlion.net> wrote:
> On 07/19/2012 07:37 AM, Muhammad Yousuf Khan wrote:
>> it is saying some thing like this
>>   ls: error while loading shared libraries: libc.so.6: cannot open
>> shared object file: No such file or directories.
> Critical system files are missing. You can try to do "ldd ls" and see what
> files are missing, but my presumption is that they are so fundamental to the
> operation of the system that this will not even work.
>> vm are running ok. i can not even run a single command
>> vzdump, qm both showing the same error as "ls" do.
>> i can not even migrate machines so that i can formate the whole thing :(
> Somewhere along the line, you moved, removed, or otherwise made inaccessible
> your core system libraries.
> A reinstall may be in order. If memory serves, Proxomox correctly has a
> storage area separate from the root fs install area. Reinstalling and being
> very careful to only overwrite that area may be your best solution here.
> Alternatively, you could boot from a rescue CD, mount all the drives, copy
> off the VMs, and then you'd at least have a backup.
> Another option would be to manually locate and restore the files from
> another machine, which likely would also require a bootable CD (if only so
> ls and scp work).
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