My debian server went to an aborted shutdown and it goes to an emergency mode. How can I make it back to normal boot option.

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    SHOUTING won't help. – jasonwryan Jan 11 '18 at 18:27
  • okay.whats the way to boot in normal mode – Arunkumar NKL Jan 11 '18 at 18:29
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    Don't break your system. Now, fix your title. – jasonwryan Jan 11 '18 at 18:39
  • What do you mean by "aborted shutdown"? What do you mean by "emergency mode"? What is the EXACT message shown on the screen that you have to respond to? What have you tried? – roaima Jan 11 '18 at 23:26

You end up in Emergency Mode for a reason. Something is obviously wrong with your system. Whilst in Emergency Mode, enter the root password and try to diagnose what is causing this.

After fixing those issues, your system will be able to boot properly again.

In other words, there is no "quick fix" for this. Do the usual digging (dmesg, journalctl etc...) and try to rectify the problems!

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