How to troubleshoot access to your Linux Virtual Server

Recently updated your Linux template with an #apt-get upgrade or #yum upgrade, edited your IPtables, or changed your networking configurations and now cannot access your cloud server?

Our Zunicore portal allows you to boot into  ’Recovery Mode’  and begin diagnosing your cloud server. Rebooting in recovery allows users to boot a recovery image that can be used for troubleshooting a cloud server.

After rebooting your Virtual Machine, you can mount the server and investigate why the machine failed to boot into normal mode. Mount the drive by running #mount /dev/sdb1 /directory.

Now, you can investigate what updates you performed, what recent software you installed, and what possible configurations you made that is preventing you from accessing your cloud.

Check out Zunicore’s Tips and Tricks articles about recovering your Linux virtual servers

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