In fstab I mount a partition as following:
UUID=c8511f1c-8320-4744-b479-0f6c89d7de0a /mnt/data ext4 noatime,errors=remount-ro,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 1
This worked OK for years. After last update mount failed and boot process stops. After removing this line the computer boots fine, and I can manually mount the partition using:
sudo mount -t ext4 UUID=c8511f1c-8320-4744-b479-0f6c89d7de0a /mnt/data
What could be the problem?
When it fails on boot time, then it fails most likely because of the filesystem check
fsck. Try to repair it.
These options have no effect on ext4. ext4 saves permissions on the file system. NTFS or FAT32 would need that when mounting, since those are incompatible with UNIX ACL.
fsck said file system clean, but the partition was mounted on boot w/o errors. Thanks.
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