[XENSERVER] Just broken our Ubuntu VM running on XenServer
I have a Ubuntu Server running on one of my XenServers; has been happily for a couple of years now. It's used for nothing critical, we use it to play with .php and webstuff, but I did have Limesurvey installed on it and we do currently have a survey running, anyways.....
I just let the thing do a distribution upgrade and now it's broke. Thankfully I took a copy of all the SQL Databases and www directories before hand; should have done a snapshot first but never mind....
Anyway, error occures on trying to start the VM. Along the lines of: Unable to find partition containing kernel
Seems that a few peeps have had this issue, and using the Xen Console using xe-editbootloader with the -p 1 switch fixes it for most people, but I get the error: Unable to find a valid bootloader config file in:
Not sure what to do at this point! Help appreciated!