How to Restart PiHole after a Reboot

You’re enjoying PiHole and then boom, something happens. System crashes. Power goes out. Water balloon hits the circuit breaker. You boot your Pi back up, but your PiHole is no longer runnning. You long for PiHole’s ad blocking capabilities. Let’s get your PiHole back up and running.

Fire up that command line.

pihole -d

The -d flag is to look for issues automatically.

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