Boot hang



  • Hello,

    Boot hangs at lo0: link state changed to up

    current upgrade worked for a day and I rebooted today and this started happening.

    Thank you.



  • Hi,

    At first, I would suggest to inspect that device, called lo0.

    But then I knew who it was : it's de 'driver' name of the IP stack of the FreeBSD kernel itself, known as lo0 or "127.0.0.1 or ::1 or 'localhost', and isn't physical, it a pure OS internal thing.

    This means that the kernel goes down with it's own code. As this code is tested a billion time a day, I tend to say : your device is dying on you (memory ... )
    lo0 is not a physical NIC, and doesn't need an 'external' driver.


  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    @oilaser said in Boot hang:

    Hello,

    Boot hangs at lo0: link state changed to up

    current upgrade worked for a day and I rebooted today and this started happening.

    Thank you.

    Are you running pfSense or tnsr? If pfSense you posted in the wrong place.


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