So I have a batocera build for the raspberry pi3 b plus that fails to post and boot up after a reboot after updating to the latest build through the menu. 3rd time in a row testing different pi(s), SD cards, and builds.
I had autoresized the SD card successfully prior to make space for an update using the autoresize=true in /boot/batocera-boot.conf. (6 GB prior to updating free)
Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
none 276.3M 0 276.3M 0% /dev
/dev/mmcblk0p1 1.9G 823.0M 1.0G 43% /boot
/dev/mmcblk0p2 54.0G 48.0G 6.0G 89% /userdata
When I update from OS version 30 2021/03/02 it is successful, but the system does not come back from a reboot.
This is 100% reproducible as I have done this 3 times in a row now.
Model: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Plus Rev 1.3
System: Linux 5.10.14-v7
Available memory: 461/617 MB
Cpu model: ARMv7 Processor rev 4 (v7l)
Cpu number: 4
Cpu max frequency: 1400 MHz
OS version: 30 2021/03/02 22:20
The autoresize reboot was successful on the ext4 FS of /user/data. afterwards of course the field is commented out and reboots have no issue. This go around I will record the pre-update OS version and not perform the autoresize but just delete roms. (to rule that out)
After that I will try the manual update:
What other information is needed and is this the right forum? I certainly imagine others on pi are experiencing this issue. 2 different build iso builds. (both ext4 on the /userdata)
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