Update to latest 2.4.x failed on VK-T40E2
raginjason last edited by
The other night I went to update to the latest point release of pfSense and when it rebooted it never came back. Looking at the serial terminal, this is what I see upon boot:
PC Engines APU BIOS build date: Apr 5 2014 Reading data from file [bootorder] SeaBIOS (version ?-20140405_120742-frink) SeaBIOS (version ?-20140405_120742-frink) Found coreboot cbmem console @ 7e150400 Found mainboard PC Engines APU Relocating init from 0x000e8e71 to 0x7e1065e0 (size 39259) Found CBFS header at 0xfffffb90 found file "bootorder" in cbmem CPU Mhz=1000 Found 27 PCI devices (max PCI bus is 05) Copying PIR from 0x7e160400 to 0x000f27a0 Copying MPTABLE from 0x7e161400/7e161410 to 0x000f25b0 with length 1ec Copying ACPI RSDP from 0x7e162400 to 0x000f2590 Copying SMBIOS entry point from 0x7e16d800 to 0x000f2570 Using pmtimer, ioport 0x808 Scan for VGA option rom EHCI init on dev 00:12.2 (regs=0xf7f08420) Found 1 lpt ports Found 2 serial ports AHCI controller at 11.0, iobase f7f08000, irq 11 EHCI init on dev 00:13.2 (regs=0xf7f08520) EHCI init on dev 00:16.2 (regs=0xf7f08620) Searching bootorder for: /rom@img/setup Searching bootorder for: /rom@img/memtest OHCI init on dev 00:12.0 (regs=0xf7f04000) OHCI init on dev 00:13.0 (regs=0xf7f05000) OHCI init on dev 00:14.5 (regs=0xf7f06000) OHCI init on dev 00:16.0 (regs=0xf7f07000) Searching bootorder for: /pci@i0cf8/usb@16,2/storage@1/*@0/*@0,0 Searching bootorder for: /pci@i0cf8/usb@16,2/usb-*@1 USB MSC vendor='Multiple' product='Card Reader' rev='1.00' type=0 removable=1 USB MSC blksize=512 sectors=15523840 All threads complete. Scan for option roms Running option rom at c000:0003 iPXE (http://ipxe.org) 00:00.0 C000 PCI2.10 PnP PMMpmm call arg1=1 pmm call arg1=0 +7E0DA5C0pmm call arg1=1 pmm call arg1=0 +7E03A5C0 C000 Searching bootorder for: /rom@genroms/pxeboot.rom Build date: Apr 5 2014 System memory size: 2017 MB Press F12 for boot menu. Searching bootorder for: HALT drive 0x000f2520: PCHS=0/0/0 translation=lba LCHS=966/255/63 s=15523840 Space available for UMB: c1000-ee800, f0000-f2520 Returned 245760 bytes of ZoneHigh e820 map has 6 items: 0: 0000000000000000 - 000000000009fc00 = 1 RAM 1: 000000000009fc00 - 00000000000a0000 = 2 RESERVED 2: 00000000000f0000 - 0000000000100000 = 2 RESERVED 3: 0000000000100000 - 000000007e14c000 = 1 RAM 4: 000000007e14c000 - 000000007f000000 = 2 RESERVED 5: 00000000f8000000 - 00000000f9000000 = 2 RESERVED enter handle_19: NULL Booting from Hard Disk... Booting from 0000:7c00 F1 FreeBSD F6 PXE Boot: F1 //bboooott//ccoonnffiigg:: --SS111155220000 --DD --
Any thoughts on how to recover from this?
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raginjason last edited by
@grimson so you're thinking the install is hosed and reinstallation is the available recourse at this time?
Is the terminal set to 115200bps? If it's set to 9600 or 38400 then that would be all you would see.
Otherwise yes you can always re-install:
That will ensure you have a clean install. It's quick and easy if you have an mSATA drive. If you are booting from SD card you can install directly to it but you should remove the swap partition at install and move /var and /tmp to RAM after setup.
It doesn't look like you were running Nano though so it's probably not booting SD.