Actually, I did found a leftover from an old iSCSI + GFS test (which I wasn't 
able to properly configure). In particular, there was some GFS process still 
running, even if I removed all related packages.
My hypothesis is that, during the upgrade, the iscsi service wasn't able to 
restart because of this process, blocking the upgrade. The presence of the grep 
error put me in the wrong direction.
After killing the process I solved the issue.

Thank you Lucas for your help and sorry for having raised a false alarm.

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