After reformatting a disk that I think had nothing to do with the Fedora installation, it now boots always in emergency mode, no matter what "Fedora" option I choose in the bootloader
My disk configuration: I have 3 500GB disk in an array with Intel Matrix Storage. The array was split in 2 disks. One of them, Raid 0. Fedora (home, root, swap) are partitions of this disk (they aren't the only ones). The other disk in the array used to be Raid 5. I changed it to Raid 0 and formatted it to NTFS from Windows. After that, I can't boot Fedora. Windows is on a separate 1TB disk.
In the journal log, I see "red stuff" including:
- tsc: fast tsc calibration failed
- Failed to find module 'vboxdrv'/'vboxnetflt'/'vboxnetadp'
- Failed to start Load Kernel Modules
- inotify_add_watch(7, /dev/sda2, 10) failed: No such file or directory
- inotify_add_watch(7, /dev/sda4, 10) failed: No such file or directory
- inotify_add_watch(7, /dev/sda3, 10) failed: No such file or directory
- inotify_add_watch(7, /dev/sda1, 10) failed: No such file or directory
- [sdi] No Caching mode page found. Assuming drive cache: write through
- Dependency failed for Mark the need to relabel after reboot
Clearly I have no idea which of these errors where already there when the PC worked normally. The /etc/modules.load.d folder is empty (not sure if it should be)
Thanks for the help