Has any of you ever experienced an error similiar to the one in the figure bellow? if yes, hoe did you fix it? what could cause this error to happen?
Thanks in advance
Looks like HDD failure. Try booting up in a maintenance mode and run fsck. Otherwise, use your regular backup to restore the system on a replaced and healthy HDD.
Thanks for your help Valeri Loukine I will do that
These type of problems are mostly caused by power failures, linux (=Gaia) still has issues with this type pf problems, although we did notice it improved a lot compared to R75.x and early R77 versions.
Make sure to install a UPS in front of the box and always when you need to disconnect the box power it down by halting it from the command line.
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