Tumbleweed :Non possible recovery upgrade Was: Tumbleweed rescue upgrade: Product problem during update initialisation
by Peter Fodrek,ml.-súkromne
Dear SUSE experts,
I have damaged Tumbleweed system with following mount (older karnel
boots but crashees when loading init processs not to find /bin/sh or
/dev/sdb1 mounted as /boot/efi
/dev/sdb2 and /dev/sdb7 used as swap
/dev/sdb3 mounted as /
/dev/sdb4 mounted as /home
/dev/sdb5 mounted as /boot
/dev/sdb6 mounted as /var/log
/dev/sdb8 mounted as /usr
/dev/sdb19 mounted as /mnt/spolocny
Upgrade crashes at initialization
new install with not formatted partitions of original system crashes
when downloading packages
this can be mitigated by changing one of several "inter partition links"
via using simple correcting
mv packages packagesOLD
ln -s /mnt/home/packages .
but then some packages do not install correctly. Most of incorrectly
are docs and gettext *.mo files for applications
but some are critical like grub, dracut, ruby, yast or zypper.
After install there is not possible to upgrade due to sdb3 is listed
as none system at boot even if it is correctly mounted in the terminal.
Is there any possiblity to recover system or am I forced to format
/dev/sdv3 at least and do clean install, yet
Thank you for any help
I look forward hearing from your