I was unable to login onto my Webclient and when I checked the console I was greeted with this error on my vSphere 6.5 VCSA and PSC appliances. Looks like there was a storage outage or interruption overnight and my datastores went offline momentarily.
I Rebooted my PSC and the following errors were listed.
Error Dependancy failed for /sysroot
Error Dependancy failed for Initrd Root File System
Error Dependancy failed for Reload Configuration for the Real Root
Entering Emergency Mode
The first step was to run
and answer Y to all the questions.
I then rebooted the VM. After reboot, I received these errors but was given the option to access the shell which was a slight improvement.
Failed to start Network Service
Failed to start Update UTMP about System Runlevel Changes
Welcome to emergency mode. After logging in type “journalctl –xb” to view system logs
Enter your root Password twice to access the command prompt then type
And answer Y to all the questions.
Reboot the VM.
And you are done. I was able to log back in successfully after completing this procedure on all 3 VMs.
Note Order of completion should be:
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You are awesome. I was having the same issue and this fixed it.
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