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From Andrija Panic <>
Subject Re: Unabele to boot CloudLinux on KVM after update
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2019 06:44:43 GMT

Usually indicates missing storage driver in initramfs (if you were on
VMware, I would tell you to check if vmw_pvscsi.ko is present in initramfs).

I've hard time believing that you might be missing initramfs completely
(thought it might happen) but still would advise to re-check.

If OS in general us not damaged, you should be able to still boot older
kernel ?


On Sun, Jun 9, 2019, 22:47 Fariborz Navidan <> wrote:

> Hello,
> After updating kernel of a CoudLinux VM to
> 3.10.0-962.lve1.5.25.10.el7.x86_64 I get the following message on the VM:
> panic: not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown block(0,0)
> When I try to boot from older kernel it drops into emergency mode which has
> access to all mount points but no service is available. I have submitted
> ticket to CloudLinux but their L1 and L2 support was unable to fix and has
> escalated the issue to L3. The VM is a production environment for cPanel
> hosting.
> If you know any point or tip, please let me know.
> Best Regards.

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