I could try to install on VirtualBox.
This server has a RAID 10 (software).
I know I’ve had some problems to import vmdk file from ESXi server to Virtualbox because the partition was messed up on my system.
So, perhaps, I could get the same issue like you?
I will download the iso file this night and try to install it tomorrow.
I’m having the same exact problem. I ran a yum update, it downloaded a bunch of updates and then kind of got stuck. As I am not an expert in linux, I ran the yum update again. I hope this didn’t confuse the system. Once the yum was finished, I decided to reboot the server from the GUI. It never came back on. I had to drive down to where the server was and manually restart it. I had the same results, if I let it run 22.214.171.1247 it gives me a kernel panic, (shown below). If I choose linux 126.96.36.1997 it boots up just fine.
On my first install, I successfully installed FreePBX 15 from iso file. But if you’ve got something to update here through yum update, Maybe the issue is there.
I’ve had some problems to update something in FreePBX 14 as well pointing on a wrong URL for update.
I did it like this
Install FreePBX 15 iso
login on root
yum clean all
yum update -y
A script on our mirror server has been fixed yesterday evening.
This one has fixed my issue with update on FreePBX 14 and I think it fixed your issue as well.
I don’t know how to get back on the previous kernel and remove it. (I’m not really a specialist on this point).
I will try to include someone in this thread to help you.
I was able to remove the faulty kernel. I was hoping that when I ran another yum update, my system would see I was using an older kernel and update it to the newer one. That didn’t happen, it just says no packages marked for update. So how do I update to the newer kernel? (I’m kind of a noob)
The ISO file is recent, so I can imagine the kernel is up to date. (at least for our repos).
I’ve got the same result like you anyway. But don’t worry, if there was some update in the future, yum should get them.