after doing a kernel-update (only via
yum update) my centOS 7 (64bit) does no longer boot.
I now booted into rescue-mode and tried to mount /dev/md2 - this worked fine:
Any ideas what I could do here?
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Do as it suggests and make a copy of the rdsosreport.txt to /boot.
You could try booting the previous kernel - Reset the system, you should get an opportunity to select which kernel to boot, select an earlier one and see what happens.