Zeroshell 3.8.0 released today

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  • #54498

    Montikore
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    did you try to switch between 32bits and 64bits versions?

    #54499

    sukupandachu
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    Thanks @montikore.
    Oversight with that one. It did fix it. It’s been running stable for the past 14 hours.

    After switching to v3.8, I downloaded the 64-bit kernel and switched to it.
    It’s fixed now, working and stable.

    #54500

    sukupandachu
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    Well… since yesterday, it started misbehaving again. I am downgrading.
    I have OpenVPN tunnels between 4 sites, maybe the restarts have to do with unstable VPN links, it is the only abnormality I see with this particular Zeroshell vm.

    I will downgrade back to v3.7.1 and cross fingers. Maybe in the meantime, I will restore an existing vm backup and continue checking why this is happening.

    LOG
    02:55:34 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    03:51:03 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    04:27:49 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    04:55:19 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    05:01:27 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    05:25:05 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    05:33:14 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    06:21:04 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    06:38:06 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    07:31:59 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    07:50:42 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    08:07:18 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    09:05:51 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    09:11:56 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    10:02:17 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    10:22:16 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    12:29:08 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    12:32:36 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    13:25:35 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    13:43:59 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0
    15:04:20 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS-64 and ZeroShell 3.8.0

    #54501

    sukupandachu
    Participant

    All my issues sorted out with v3.8.2

    #54502

    Janice
    Participant

    Out of interest, what is the recovery procedure if it fails to boot? How easy is it to get the system to boot from the other horsebettingsites.org kernel slot with the known-good system? I haven’t needed to try it yet, and would rather figure out how before the system is broken instead of afterwards!

    #54503

    sukupandachu
    Participant

    @janice,
    the boot screen shows the various boot kernels and you choose to boot from the one you prefer.
    Once running, you may tell Zeroshell the default kernel to use (menu SETUP, button BOOT, dropdown list BOOTIMAGE)

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