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stop57643yUbuntu or debian?
Wait why? I do it all them time, my VM is always up to date and never lost SSH access, my VM is hosted on Vultr
notify6083ySame here, it happened to me last month. I think in that update ssh port was upgraded, but this is not possible. Luckily I had recent backup so restored it and then changed the ssh port. Now it's fine :)
Managed to get into the console via digitalocean web admin. To be continued tonight!
Problem solved by purging openssh-server and reinstalling it. (via the web interface console).
Phew. Disaster averted. At least this wasn't an rm -rf /