2.2.3 to 2.2.4 Taking Very Long Time



  • Upgrade Steps:

    1. Config backup.
    2. Reboot existing 2.2.3 - Came up clean.
    3. Initiate upgrade via console option 13, 1, auto.  Download and checksum successful, and upgrade commenced.

    Now at 60 minutes and counting.

    Questions:

    1. How long should I wait before taking some sort of action.
    2. What action should be taken?  Fresh 2.2.4 install and config restore or something else?

    Very basic system:
    No packages
    WAN VLAN
    LAN native
    Full install (memstick) on 8 GB USB Memstick
    tmp & var ramdisk
    DELL Inspiron 5100 Notebook (P4) 2 GB RAM

    CPU must be pretty active because fan is running continuously.

    2.2.2 to 2.2.3 upgrade took about 12 or so minutes.  Previously upgrades were in the order of a few minutes.


  • Banned

    @NOYB:

    Full install (memstick) on 8 GB USB Memstick
    2.2.2 to 2.2.3 upgrade took about 12 or so minutes.  Previously upgrades were in the order of a few minutes.

    Crap media + SU+J + sync -> performance disaster.



  • @doktornotor:

    Crap media + SU+J + sync -> performance disaster.

    Yeah, crap flash is going to be really slow from that. Though probably just sync making it slow, assuming it was installed pre-2.2.3, as upgraded full installs weren't changed to SU+J. I also never noticed any performance diff with or without SU+J, with crap flash it was just a high likelihood of ending up with a corrupt filesystem on unclean shut down if you were writing to the flash shortly before.

    Let it run, it should finish fine. The sync will go away post-upgrade so future upgrades will be back to the same speed as before.



  • Thanks.  I'll just be patient then.  Is there a point at which to just give up and take some action?

    Note the USB flash doesn't appear to being accessed much.  Maybe a couple seconds per minute or so.  Does that reveal anything such as the flash not being the cause?



  • Three hours and counting.

    ![pfSense Upgrade Top.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/pfSense Upgrade Top.png)
    ![pfSense Upgrade Top.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/pfSense Upgrade Top.png_thumb)



  • Running mtree, has to be very near the end of the process. If mtree's still running that hard in another couple hours, I'd just reboot the box. Won't hurt once it's gotten to that point, it's already installed the files and mtree shouldn't need to do anything with any of the files.



  • Okay.  Thanks for the input.



  • Figured 7.5 hours was long enough.  Rebooted.  During startup noticed the message about the foreach issue in the config upgrade scroll by that some have reported this previously.  Don't see it in the system logs though.

    ![System Processor.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/System Processor.png)
    ![System Processor.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/System Processor.png_thumb)
    ![System Memory.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/System Memory.png)
    ![System Memory.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/System Memory.png_thumb)



  • Had the same issue on 3 vm's an 2 bare metal machines.
    After a restart it worked fine!
    still not a normal behaviour.



  • @nikkon:

    Had the same issue on 3 vm's an 2 bare metal machines.
    After a restart it worked fine!

    With mtree chewing up 100% CPU?



  • @NOYB:

    During startup noticed the message about the foreach issue in the config upgrade scroll by that some have reported this previously.  Don't see it in the system logs though.

    That's just what happens when it goes through the config upgrade and you don't have any IPsec config, it was fixed to silence the noise.



  • With mtree chewing up 100% CPU?

    nop. it seems ok



  • @nikkon:

    With mtree chewing up 100% CPU?

    nop. it seems ok

    Before the reboot I mean.



  • I had the same issue. After about 30 minutes of it saying something like updating firmware please wait, I went to reboot. I didn't have access to the console (VM) because it was pretty much locked, so I just ssh'd in. It said it was on 2.2.4 so I hit 5 y and it rebooted gracefully and that was that. No errors in the system log after and 2.2.4 was installed. It was very odd since .1-.3 took all of 2 minutes if that.



  • I wish i had never upgraded to 2.2.4. Please were you able to solve this issue because i am having the same problem and my upgrade had been for 2 days now.
    I want to know if doing hardware reboot will actually take the system version to 2.2.4 or not? or do i need to do a fresh installation of 2.2.4 to solve the problem.



  • I am also facing same issue , i kept upgrade at 8Am , now its 04:19 PM  still not upgrade done

    
     	Packages are currently being reinstalled in the background.
    
    Do not make changes in the GUI until this is complete
    
    
    Aug 4 16:16:05 	php-fpm[26492]: /pkg_edit.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.211
    Aug 4 16:16:05 	php-fpm[26492]: /pkg_edit.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.211
    Aug 4 16:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 16:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:02:44 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 16:02:39 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 16:02:34 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 16:02:29 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 16:02:18 	sshd[24204]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.1.254
    Aug 4 16:01:26 	sshd[2067]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.1.254
    Aug 4 16:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 16:00:00 	check_reload_status: Syncing firewall
    Aug 4 16:00:00 	php: sarg.php: The command 'export LC_ALL=C && /usr/pbi/sarg-amd64/bin/sarg ' returned exit code '1', the output was 'SARG: File not found: /var/log/squid/access.log'
    Aug 4 16:00:00 	php: pfblockerng.php: [pfBlockerNG] Starting sync process.
    Aug 4 16:00:00 	php: sarg.php: Sarg: force refresh now with args, compress(on) and none action after sarg finish.
    Aug 4 15:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:50:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:40:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:40:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:40:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:40:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:27:52 	php-fpm[7982]: /reboot.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.100
    Aug 4 15:27:52 	php-fpm[7982]: /reboot.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.100
    Aug 4 15:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 15:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 15:00:00 	check_reload_status: Syncing firewall
    Aug 4 15:00:00 	php: sarg.php: The command 'export LC_ALL=C && /usr/pbi/sarg-amd64/bin/sarg ' returned exit code '1', the output was 'SARG: File not found: /var/log/squid/access.log'
    Aug 4 15:00:00 	php: pfblockerng.php: [pfBlockerNG] Starting sync process.
    Aug 4 15:00:00 	php: sarg.php: Sarg: force refresh now with args, compress(on) and none action after sarg finish.
    Aug 4 14:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 14:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 14:50:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:50:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 14:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 14:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (2046)
    Aug 4 14:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 14:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 14:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:30:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:05:56 	php-fpm[87057]: /index.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.2
    Aug 4 14:05:56 	php-fpm[87057]: /index.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.2
    Aug 4 14:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 14:02:48 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 14:02:43 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 14:02:38 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 14:02:33 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 14:02:23 	sshd[92330]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.1.254
    Aug 4 14:01:36 	sshd[89702]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.1.254
    Aug 4 14:00:00 	check_reload_status: Syncing firewall
    Aug 4 14:00:00 	php: sarg.php: The command 'export LC_ALL=C && /usr/pbi/sarg-amd64/bin/sarg ' returned exit code '1', the output was 'SARG: File not found: /var/log/squid/access.log'
    Aug 4 14:00:00 	php: sarg.php: Sarg: force refresh now with args, compress(on) and none action after sarg finish.
    Aug 4 14:00:00 	php: pfblockerng.php: [pfBlockerNG] Starting sync process.
    Aug 4 13:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:50:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:45:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (2046)
    Aug 4 13:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:20:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:11:06 	check_reload_status: Syncing firewall
    Aug 4 13:11:06 	php-fpm[3474]: /snort/snort_interfaces_global.php: [Snort] Removed 0 obsoleted rules category files.
    Aug 4 13:11:06 	php-fpm[3474]: /snort/snort_interfaces_global.php: [Snort] Hide Deprecated Rules is enabled. Removing obsoleted rules categories.
    Aug 4 13:10:01 	php-fpm[31895]: /index.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.211
    Aug 4 13:10:01 	php-fpm[31895]: /index.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.211
    Aug 4 13:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 13:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 13:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 13:00:00 	check_reload_status: Syncing firewall
    Aug 4 13:00:00 	php: sarg.php: The command 'export LC_ALL=C && /usr/pbi/sarg-amd64/bin/sarg ' returned exit code '1', the output was 'SARG: File not found: /var/log/squid/access.log'
    Aug 4 13:00:00 	php: pfblockerng.php: [pfBlockerNG] Starting sync process.
    Aug 4 13:00:00 	php: sarg.php: Sarg: force refresh now with args, compress(on) and none action after sarg finish.
    Aug 4 13:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 13:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:53:01 	php-fpm[58210]: /snort/snort_download_rules.php: [Snort] There is a new set of Snort VRT rules posted. Downloading snortrules-snapshot-2973.tar.gz...
    Aug 4 12:50:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:35:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:30:52 	php: rc.update_urltables: /etc/rc.update_urltables: pfB_PS_v4 does not need updating.
    Aug 4 12:30:52 	php: rc.update_urltables: /etc/rc.update_urltables: pfB_Top_v6 does not need updating.
    Aug 4 12:30:52 	php: rc.update_urltables: /etc/rc.update_urltables: pfB_Top_v4 does not need updating.
    Aug 4 12:30:52 	php: rc.update_urltables: /etc/rc.update_urltables: Starting URL table alias updates
    Aug 4 12:30:33 	php-fpm[58972]: /system_firmware.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.100
    Aug 4 12:30:33 	php-fpm[58972]: /system_firmware.php: Successful login for user 'admin' from: 192.168.1.100
    Aug 4 12:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:30:00 	php: rc.update_urltables: /etc/rc.update_urltables: Sleeping for 52 seconds.
    Aug 4 12:30:00 	php: rc.update_urltables: /etc/rc.update_urltables: Starting up.
    Aug 4 12:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:20:04 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:20:04 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:15:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:05:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:04:45 	snort[6952]: [119:33:1] (http_inspect) UNESCAPED SPACE IN HTTP URI [Classification: Unknown Traffic] [Priority: 3] {TCP} 202.122.17.58:53701 -> 103.18.67.61:8080
    Aug 4 12:04:45 	snort[6952]: [119:33:1] (http_inspect) UNESCAPED SPACE IN HTTP URI [Classification: Unknown Traffic] [Priority: 3] {TCP} 202.122.17.58:53701 -> 103.18.67.61:8080
    Aug 4 12:04:42 	snort[6952]: [119:33:1] (http_inspect) UNESCAPED SPACE IN HTTP URI [Classification: Unknown Traffic] [Priority: 3] {TCP} 202.122.17.58:4268 -> 103.18.67.61:8080
    Aug 4 12:04:42 	snort[6952]: [119:33:1] (http_inspect) UNESCAPED SPACE IN HTTP URI [Classification: Unknown Traffic] [Priority: 3] {TCP} 202.122.17.58:4268 -> 103.18.67.61:8080
    Aug 4 12:03:04 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 12:02:59 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 12:02:54 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 12:02:49 	snmpd[41828]: could not encode error response
    Aug 4 12:02:39 	sshd[87045]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.1.254
    Aug 4 12:01:36 	sshd[59317]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.1.254
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	check_reload_status: Syncing firewall
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	php: sarg.php: The command 'export LC_ALL=C && /usr/pbi/sarg-amd64/bin/sarg ' returned exit code '1', the output was 'SARG: File not found: /var/log/squid/access.log'
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	php: pfblockerng.php: [pfBlockerNG] Starting sync process.
    Aug 4 12:00:00 	php: sarg.php: Sarg: force refresh now with args, compress(on) and none action after sarg finish.
    Aug 4 11:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:55:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:50:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:50:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:50:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:45:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:45:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:40:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:35:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:30:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:25:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:20:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:15:02 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:15:02 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:15:02 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:15:02 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:10:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:05:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:05:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    Aug 4 11:05:01 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (502)
    Aug 4 11:00:00 	snort[22978]: invalid appid in appStatRecord (186)
    
    


  • Velbon,

    I was able to ssh to get a console session and run top to see that mtree process was consuming nearly 100% processor.  On the recommendation of CMB I did restart (menu option 5) and it came up as 2.2.4 with no further noticeable troubles.

    Since you cannot ssh then either your situation is different or ssh is not enabled.

    This is not a recommendation but just sharing what I would probably do.
    Having given it 2 days (I wouldn't have been that patient) I'd reboot and see what happens.  Determine the state and decide whether or not to reinstall fresh.  Hopefully you did a config backup before starting the upgrade.



  • @Abhishek:

    I am also facing same issue , i kept upgrade at 8Am , now its 04:19 PM  still not upgrade done

    That looks like a different issue.  Mine had nothing to do with package reinstallation.