[CentOS] CentOS 7 cloned VM cannot boot

Fri May 5 09:52:42 UTC 2017
Nikolaos Milas <nmilas at noa.gr>

On 5/5/2017 2:22 πμ, Marcelo Roccasalva wrote:

> when you boot via supergrub2, you get this kernel version (uname -r)?
> every kernel has it own initramfs where some binaries, libraries,
> modules and configuration files get copied from the running VM, so you
> need to boot from a newly created initramfs (which you find in
> grub2.conf)

[Note: I am working on a fresh restored/cloned installation and I have 
executed on it your previous command (dracut...).]

As you can see here:


...I can select the kernel with which I boot. I select the latest one 
(marked blue in the image), which is also the one for which I have run 
the initramfs rebuild command.

This indeed is the kernel version reported by the OS.

I am still trying to find out how to make the OS load at boot...