[CentOS] systemctl reboot -- server not accessible after reboot

Sat Oct 14 18:32:41 UTC 2017
Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists at uni-x.org>

Am 14.10.2017 um 19:54 schrieb Mike:
> Hi,
> Such a simple problem, but I can't figure out the cause.
> Supermicro server with a Xeon E3-1200 cpu.
> 1U entry level item.
> Using CentOS 7

The version is a bit unprecise. Are you fully updated?
On 7.3 and 7.4 I haven't seen that issue.

> from ~$root --- systemctl reboot
> Server disconnects my ssh connection and never comes back up.
> Go to the server and the power is on but the server is not accessible by ssh.
> When I connect a monitor and keyboard --- non-responsive.  It's like
> it's in suspend mode.
> I push and hold the power button until the server fully powers down.
> Push power again and everything boots, goes to prompt, and all is well.
> When I try systemctl reboot directly on the server.
> Same problem --- does not start to login prompt.
> Manually power down and power up again --- works and all is well.
> Anyone have this problem before?
> I've checked all the BIOS options and I can't find anything misconfigured.
> Thanks for your help.
> Mike


Does that fit?