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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Quote Originally Posted by cruzer001 View Post
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    systemctl status systemd-udevd.service
    Anything there that Bashing-om has not already covered?
    systemctl status systemd-udevd.service
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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    jonny6;

    Still here - see how this works out.

    it is a learning process\
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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    I see nothing, sorry

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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Can we please see the output for the following:

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    journalctl -b | grep swap

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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubi1200 View Post
    Can we please see the output for the following:

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    journalctl -b | grep swap
    journalctl -b | grep swap
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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    So, here is an interesting discrepancy from all the various outputs you have posted.

    All the various commands, including the one I asked for, show /root as being on sda1 and swap on sda5.

    But, here is the thing: fstab shows something else https://prnt.sc/nzumon

    fstab says /root was on sdb1 and swap on sdb5, very curious since all the other outputs show sda1 and sda5 respectively.

    How have you been booting until now without errors?

    Was the original install on another drive and you changed it perhaps?

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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubi1200 View Post
    So, here is an interesting discrepancy from all the various outputs you have posted.

    All the various commands, including the one I asked for, show /root as being on sda1 and swap on sda5.

    But, here is the thing: fstab shows something else https://prnt.sc/nzumon

    fstab says /root was on sdb1 and swap on sdb5, very curious since all the other outputs show sda1 and sda5 respectively.

    How have you been booting until now without errors?

    Was the original install on another drive and you changed it perhaps?
    Ok So originally I had default xubuntu installed, but it was kind of bloat from the amount of software & stuff that I installed over time. I went and done a full re-install using the the 16.04 Netboot iso on a usb drive. I booted the usb as usual and went through the installation selecting the minimal xubuntu option & selecting to wipe the drive in the partition setup stage. Everything went fine and I've been using the system daily until these errors started showing on boot. I've not moved any drives or plugged anything into the computer other than my usb mouse, usb hd for backups & usb pendrive for copying files. There was only two things plugged into the computer during the installation. The usb mouse & the usb pendrive to do the installation....
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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Interesting, hmm.

    Well, somehow fstab seems to have the incorrect information (at least from all you have posted).

    Either that or swap has somehow become corrupted.

    I think you need to edit fstab and change the partitions from sdb1 and sdb5 to sda1 and sda5 but I want to check first whether that will cause problems or not so please wait until I get back to you.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubi1200 View Post
    Interesting, hmm.

    Well, somehow fstab seems to have the incorrect information (at least from all you have posted).

    Either that or swap has somehow become corrupted.

    I think you need to edit fstab and change the partitions from sdb1 and sdb5 to sda1 and sda5 but I want to check first whether that will cause problems or not so please wait until I get back to you.

    Thanks.
    Ok. Thank you very much for helping & for checking
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    Re: Slow boot with errors....

    Do not think the reference to sda in # line in fstab matters as long as UUID is correct. And UUID looks correct.

    Drives do change order and that can change anything that uses drive or device reference. BIOS & grub use drive like hd0 and when booting Ubuntu may use device like /dev/sda1. So that is why they changed to use UUID, which should only change if partition is reformatted.
    I have had issues of grub seeing wrong drive whenever I reboot with a flash drive plugged in. Flash drive may be sdd when plugged in, but on reboot it becomes sda and every other drive changes device letter. But system is ok, since using UUIDs.

    I have not seen a damaged swap. It just is unformatted space to write into.
    But this suggests reformatting it which will change UUID, so you then have to update UUID in fstab and
    if you recreate a swap partition don't forget to update /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume with the new uuid
    https://askubuntu.com/questions/6144...t-after-update
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