some days ago I realized that my vps lost files in /etc/init.d/ which was completely empty. So I decided to make a clean install of the OS (ubuntu 10.04 on OPENVZ)
i restored the OS template on my VPS, reinstalled the basic stuff, htop, nginx, php5, php5-fpm, phpmyadmin, mysql, nano and vsftpd. I created my user, added it as SU user. the /etc/init.d is full and normal, DIDNT change anything except those deamons conf and restarted them after every change so everything was ok , I could access via SSH with my user, pERFECT. I reboot my VPS, bam, im locked out! ram seems to be there about 38MB used (ok maybe something is not starting) but sshd and webserver are not starting so sites wont load and i can't do anything! I asked my provider (spacerich) to tell me if there's some way I can access the vps, so I'm waiting for them to respond. what exactly is the procedure to follow in this case?
Anyway now that I think about it I think I found the reason: I did an "apt-get upgrade", do you think that could be the problem? Should I never do it on OPENVZ? IS the SolusVM console supposed to give me access anyway? (which is currently disabled)