Server hangs after line "Started Plymouth switch root service" during boot process
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12
When accessing the root filesystem via rescue mode, some of the binaries are zero byte and trying to run some of the binaries fails.
In most cases, using a recovery procedure that re-writes the operating system files, in order to overcome binary file corruption, will allow a server to resume normal function. However, there is always a risk of existing configuration files being changed, over-written or renamed, which may need manual intervention to return affected files to the desired configuration state.
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- Document ID:000020901
- Creation Date: 22-Feb-2023
- Modified Date:22-Feb-2023
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
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