After updates - no boot system

Hi
I installed a new server, so I downloaded the latest version 4.4-7.
The installation went well, but when I made the updates to errata 924, on the first reboot the system does not turn on anymore. I believe it has corrupted startup. How can I proceed to repair this?

Regards,
Michael Voigt

Where did you get up to errata 994 - all of the installations i know about are at max errata 924

rg
Christian

you’re right, 924 … it’s the right one

I had switched to bios mode, this Dell T440 server. I switched to UEFI mode, and I’m redoing it. Anyway, in Bios mode, with the last iso image, it had installed correctly but when applying the latest 924 errata, something happened. I will see if the same problem occurs in UEFI mode. Notice as soon as you finish here.

Christian,

I set up with a new scenario, using UEFI mode, and now it’s normal. Anyway, I think it would be good to investigate why in BIOS mode, that behavior occurs. For this I will detail the situation better, in case you want to investigate this in a test environment.

1 - Dell PowerEdge T440 Server, configured for BIOS Mode
a - installation using the latest installer version “4.4-7 errata 829”
installs fast and everything goes well, but when upgrading to errata 924, no longer boot, it seems to corrupt the grub configuration.
b - I am using Raid 10 via PERC 730P controller

2 - Dell PowerEdge T440 server, configured for UEFI Mode
a - installation using the latest installer version “4.4-7 errata 829”
installs much slower, I believe it took twice the time to complete the installation, but everything went well … and when upgrading to errata 924, there was no problem with the boot, everything is normal.
b - I am using Raid 10 via PERC 730P controller

3 - I have some equipment of the same model, running with BIOS Mode. I am now concerned with updating to errata 924, and losing the boot. That would be terrible for those machines that are in production.

4 - On another Server, another model, which uses Raid via Software, the update to errata 924 also went well.

Do you have any clue as to what that might be, and how to avoid it?

Regards,
Michael Voigt