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Thread: Systemd[1]: Freezing execution

  1. #1
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    Systemd[1]: Freezing execution

    after a reboot, I have this screen on boot:

    I have a scsi disk, my root is /dev/md1
    I started live distro on this machine, and I tried search for badblocks, but no error found, I tried to force fsck on reboot, ma nothing works.
    Only way to make it bootable is to edit grub list pressing "e" during boot phase, and change line that starts with linux, from .... ro ... to ... rw .....
    This change is not permanent, if I reboot it again, I have the same issue.
    What can I do???? I Have ubuntu 18.04 server
    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    Re: Systemd[1]: Freezing execution

    no one??

  3. #3
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    Re: Systemd[1]: Freezing execution

    You need to run fsck.

    The error indicates errors in the root partition but those can be and likely are just logical errors in which case searching for bad blocks isn't the way to go. The drive can be physically fine and still have logical error due to corrupt files.

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    Re: Systemd[1]: Freezing execution

    i made fsck on root partition, but nothing works!

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