Having some problems with booting in Centos 7 since the last update. The Centos 7 partition does not boot due to a soft kernel panic after the following error is thrown
*ERROR* atombios stuck in loop for more than 5secs aborting. I cannot find back the trace of the error in
/var/log/messages. Also, there is no hardware error as far as I know since I can boot perfectly well in an older version of Centos.
Below are the specifics about the particular situation, but first more in general: How should I proceed in troubleshooting kernel panic during boot (when there are no logs stored)?
Note: A lot of similar problems are mentioned in other posts at first boot after the installation. This is not the case for me, I have been working perfectly fine on Centos for a couple of months now. I would like to avoid reinstalling Centos for exactly this reason.
As I told before, I have several versions of Centos 7 to choose from during boot time, see particular kernel versions below. The upper one (newest) is the one failing to boot. Unable to find a solution, I'm using the second from the top already for some time now.
possible solutions taken into account already:
The last one didn't help since I get the following error at boot time: