On Wed, Dec 29, 2021 at 2:34 PM Timothy Krantz
> I have several 32 bit arm machines running fedora 35. I update them via dnf on an almost daily basis.
> Yesterday afternoon I had a brief power failure and now none of them will boot or boot into an unusable state. At first I suspected the power blip was the culprit but now I am not so sure. I am getting similar behavior on all of them.
> Here is a capture of my wandboard quad :
> The first thing that I see that looks bad is about 26 seconds in :
> [ 26.070965] systemd-journald: Received SIGTERM from PID 1 (systemd).
> But maybe that is a red herring. Things do go south from there.
> Similar issues on a lime2 and a ras pi running 32 bit code.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
It sounds like a hardware problem due to the earlier power problems.
There's no way a software update could be interrupted at the same
point on several machines, and produce the same exact error during
boot on those machines.
Check the power warts. They are cheap and go bad on their own. They
don't need a power surge or brownout to smoke them. That you had a
[significant enough] power event was probably more than enough to
Or, check your power distribution strip if the machines are plugged
into the same strip.
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