root filesystem is readonly
When Ubuntu is unable to write to disk it switches the filesystem to be read only. This could be caused by a cloud hosting provider having problems with their Storage Area Network (SAN).
The machine will need to have a filesystem check forced on reboot. To do this log into the vCloud Director instance for the environment, find the affected machine and click on the ‘console’ image to bring up a web based console. Click the 'reset’ icon in the top bar and then click to focus on the console. Press the 'f’ key when prompted (or repeatedly if there’s no output) to force a filesystem check.This page is owned by #2ndline and needs to be reviewed