Hmm, that could be, but it looks like I have 3 GB of RAM, only 2 CPU's and a 40 GB HD. [root@cspc ~]# free -m total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 3011 2726 285 0 45 175 -/+ buffers/cache: 2505 505 Swap: 8031 24 8007 [root@cspc ~]# I also found that MySQL would not launch until I deleted the zero byte tc.log file.
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My CSPC system has not collected anything since March when it failed the automatic upgrade to 184.108.40.206. Not realizing that, I have tried to perform a manual upgrade to 220.127.116.11, but this has not gone well. The VM will not boot cleanly failing to maintenance mode. Initially, the disk was full. Logging in as root, I was able to delete old upgrade ZIP files, pare down large log files, and free almost 10 GB of space. Booting still fails to maintenance mode. Using Ctrl+D to continue, the VM appears to boot, but after 10-30 minutes, it seems to reload on its own to a new system. SSH works, the web GUI works some, but anything to do with updating/upgrading locks up in the GUI. During this time, both CPU’s are running at 40-70% constantly, but a listing of processes using top (as root) does not show enough CPU in the listed processes to make the math work. When trying to manually install the upgrade, it errors with “adminshell service is not up , please try installation after some time”. After leaving the system in this state overnight (at least 15 hours), the CPU is still running high without an identifiable process in top, and the adminshell is still not running. Is there any way to fix this current installation such that it works as expected? If I need to start from scratch with a new image, is there any way to save the configuration from the existing installation first such that it may be applied to the new installation and avoid the long process of configuring everything? Thank you for your help. Sincerely, Michael
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