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Fwd: Filesystem corruption - Problem strikes again

Hello

The !$"% problem shows again. I can't boot any longer. The password is
rejected. When started in recovery mode, it says that the volume group
"ubuntu-vg" is not found, and that /dev/sdb2 can't be unlocked because
it is not a valid LUKS device. /dev/sdb2 is the (encrypted) part of
the SSD, in which the cache for the HDD is stored.

I'd send a photo, but the mailing list rules don't allow that.

So the problem occurs very early, when unlocking the crypto discs. Not
sure what that tells us.

Any ideas??

Bye
Volker

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Re: Fwd: Filesystem corruption - Problem strikes again

By compdoc at 07/08/2019 - 14:40

Have there been any updates to the caching utility recently? or any
other programs/utils like LVM that are involved?

Re: Filesystem corruption - Problem strikes again

By Volker Wysk at 07/08/2019 - 14:50

Zitat von compdoc < ... at hotrodpc dot com>:

After I brought the machine back from the computer shop, all went
well. Then, when I booted for the second time, the problem occured. I
haven't installed anything in the short time in between.

Bye
Volker