The work around of this bug is given below:
1. Please login the to OpenVZ node via SSH and go to the private area of the problematic VE.
2. Download the initscripts package.
3. Then login to the container from the node.
vzctl enter <VE_ID>
4. go to the downloaded folder and install the rpm.
cd /usr/local/src/ rpm -Uvh --force initscripts-9.49.17-1.el7.x86_64.rpm
5. Restart the network.
systemctl restart network
Also, please add the initscripts package in the exclude list of “yum.conf” file to avoid the automatic update of the mentioned package.
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