After a recent update 18.04 now only emergency mode

by carlosserrao   Last Updated April 15, 2019 11:02 AM - source

After a recent restart on the Ubuntu 18.04 server, after a "apt upgrade" command, the server only boots to emergency mode. I've taken a look at other similar issues found on this forum, but was unable to came up with a solution. I believe it has something to do with the "/etc/fstab" file, but I can't figure out what is the problem.

Here is the output of the "blkid" command:

Output of "blkid"

The contents of my "/etc/fstab":

/etc/fstab

And the output of "fdisk -l":

fdisk -l

Can someone help, please?

Thank you.



Answers 1


I think also that the UUIDs are wrong. You can try to do a boot repair and/or change the UUIDs manually.

I suggest you note the UUIDs on a paper first and then try to edit in GRUB menu the UUIDs to see, if the server starts normally.

Therefore press "e" key during GRUB menu and edit the UUIDs

Mr.Michael.Schulze
Mr.Michael.Schulze
April 15, 2019 10:57 AM

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