@jht3 I'm using xoa-community edition which I updated through jarli script. I even did a forced rebuild after I updated. The base is Ubuntu 18.04.2 $ node -v v8.15.1 npm -v 6.4.1 $ yarn -v 1.15.2 $n -V 2.1.12 $ dpkg -l | grep vhdi ii libvhdi-utils 20170223-3 amd64 Virtual Hard Disk image format access library -- Utilities ii libvhdi1:amd64 20170223-3 amd64 Virtual Hard Disk image format access library vCpu = 2, 2 sockets with 1 core per socket *** Update -- after the process crashed for the last 5 days, it finally worked this morning. I have no idea. Sorry guys I guess I can't give you much at this point. Damn thing seems so temperamental. I'll report back if it happens again with more useful logs and what not, however when it was happening it was just as above -- stuck at the merge state. Something tells me changing to two virtual cpus doesn't always work.