I have four Raspberry Pis that were running PiAware 3.5.0.
Two are running Raspbian Jessie Lite and two run Raspbian Stretch Lite. They are all configured to reboot daily at 3am. Automatic updates are disabled, except for flightaware updates.
They all use different complicated (24+ character) passwords and are not directly accessible from the internet.
At 3am this morning they all went down for a reboot as expected, but they didn’t come back up as expected.
The ones running Stretch Lite rebooted, started sending data to Flightaware again and external services (Web view on port 8080) came back up, but I can no longer SSH into them. The SSH negotiation starts, but then I get the cryptic error
-bash: relocation error: -bash: symbol strcm▒, version GLIBC_2.4 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
and it then disconnects.
The ones running Jessie Lite rebooted, got an IP address via DHCP, are pingable, not sending any data to flightaware and are actively refusing all connections including SSH.
Any ideas? Was a flightaware update pushed out yesterday?
Edit: They are not running the prebuilt piaware images, these are all running Raspbian with PiAware and Fr24Feed installed and configured by me. dump1090-fa does all the hard work, while Fr24feed just accesses the dump1090-fa datafeed on port 30002.
They have all been running like this (including the daily reboots) for at least 2 months