000015638 - How to perform a file system check (fsck) on an Authentication Manager 8.x virtual server using GRUB

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IssueAfter performing a file system check (fsck), the Authentication Manager server is prompting for the root password.
ResolutionTo resolve this issue, perform the following steps:
  1. Reboot the appliance.
  2. At the bottom of the splash screen, in the space provided after "Boot Option," enter the following line
init=/bin/bash

  1. Press Enter to save and b to boot.  The init=/bin/bash statement boots straight into a shell, so no password is required. Running fsck and other maintenance tasks may now be performed.
  2. Type:
fsck -y /dev/sda1

  1. Reboot the virtual appliance:
reboot

 

The system will now boot normally without asking for the root password.
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