2.8. Booting into Rescue Mode

If you experience problems with your system, you can boot into the rescue mode to troubleshoot these problems.

To enter the rescue mode, do the following:

  1. Boot your system from the chosen media.

  2. On the welcome screen, click Troubleshooting–>, then Rescue system.

  3. Once Virtuozzo Linux boots into the emergency mode, press Ctrl+D to load the rescue environment.

  4. In the rescue environment, choose one of the following options:

    • Continue (press 1): mount the Virtuozzo Linux installation in read and write mode under /mnt/sysimage.

    • Read-only mount (press 2): mount the Virtuozzo Linux installation in read-only mode under /mnt/sysimage.

    • Skip to shell (press 3): load shell, if your file system cannot be mounted; for example, when it is corrupted.

    • Quit (Reboot) (press 4): reboot the server.

  5. Unless you press 4, a shell prompt will appear. In it, run chroot /mnt/sysimage to make the Virtuozzo Linux installation the root environment. Now you can run commands and try to fix the problems you are experiencing.

  6. After you fix the problem, run exit to exit the chroot environment, then reboot to restart the system.