sub526Hello all, when I tried to install a package via sudo apt install <pkg>, it prompted this message: "E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem". So I triggered 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' and the system went to reboot. Prior to reboot the kernel log has above two suspicious messages. I can06:18
sub526consistently reproduce the reboot on triggering 'sudo dpkg --configure -a', what could be the issue?06:18
gokhaniHello folks, ı am getting kernel error on syslog like > Feb  5 08:48:49 compute06 kernel: [49829.229272] xs_tcp_setup_socket: connect returned unhandled error -107. what does it mean can you help me please ? I am using ubuntu 18.04 and kernel version is 5.4.0-65 generic09:28
TJ-gokhani: #define ENOTCONN        107     /* Transport endpoint is not connected */10:05
gokhaniTJ- does it mean there is a problem on my network cards ?10:11
TJ-gokhani: not entirely sure but would suggest the link isn't up (depending on how "transport" is interpreted)10:18
gokhanithanks TJ- . Is there anyway or debug mode to find which link isn't up ?11:01
cascardoare you using nfs?17:00
gokhanicascardo yes I am using nfs17:36
cascardothat is related to nfs, one possible reasons for cause would be the use of port 0, not sure how that happens18:24
cascardoit could just as well be totally unrelated to the reboot issue you are seeing18:24
cascardowhat package is being configured at the time of the reboot? like, what are the last lines of dpkg right before it reboots?18:25
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