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answered Can I determine if a Grub menu.lst is valid on a virtual machine without rebooting?
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comment Can I determine if a Grub menu.lst is valid on a virtual machine without rebooting?
They can be mounted and accessed fine. Something to do with them being Virtual disks for the VM?
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comment Can I determine if a Grub menu.lst is valid on a virtual machine without rebooting?
I can get into the grub shell, but it's no use. Check my updated question.
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comment Can I determine if a Grub menu.lst is valid on a virtual machine without rebooting?
Great answer, I didn't know about the configfile command. When I can get back to the recovery console I'll let you know how this went.
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comment Can I determine if a Grub menu.lst is valid on a virtual machine without rebooting?
That the drives weren't accessible I think. I have to ask support to restart the recovery console every time booting the VM fails, so I can give more details when that's done. I believe the technology is provided by onapp.com/docs
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comment Can I determine if a Grub menu.lst is valid on a virtual machine without rebooting?
When booting? I have no idea. I don't have access to the VPS when it's booting. I can only see that it has failed.
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