I did a pacman -Syu about two weeks ago and rebooted after which I promptly lost my ability to ssh into the droplet. Console access was successful but I was unable to ping 184.108.40.206 (Network is unreachable). Restoring from backup fixed the problem. I can either wait and hope for a future update to fix the problem or I can try downgrading packages one at a time until I figure out what’s causing the problem. But there are 34 packages pacman updated. Among them:
bash-4.3-3 coreutils-8.22-3 cryptsetup-1.6.4-1 device-mapper-2.02.105-2 dhcpcd-6.3.2-1 e2fsprogs-1.42.9-2 file-5.17-2 git-1.9.1-1 glibc-2.19-3 grep-2.18-1 keyutils-1.5.9-1 libarchive-3.1.2-6 libedit-20140213_3.1-1 libnl-3.2.24-1 libseccomp-2.1.1-1 libsystemd-211-1 libtirpc-0.2.4-1 libutil-linux-2.24.1-3 linux-firmware-20140316.dec41bc-1 lvm2-2.02.105-2 man-pages-3.63-1 mkinitcpio-17-1 openssh-6.6p1-1 pkgfile-13-1 ppp-2.4.6-2 python2-2.7.6-3 readline-6.3-3 s-nail-14.6.2-1 sqlite-220.127.116.11-1 sudo-1.8.10.p2-1 systemd-211-1 systemd-sysvcompat-211-1 tzdata-2014a-1 util-linux-2.24.1-3
Has anyone else run into this problem? If not, I could not find this exact issue in google.
Thanks in advance for your guidance. EB
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