Machine: RaspberryPi 4; OS: Raspbian
SETUP: SD card for /boot and /root
USB-C SSD for data, partitioned into 1 NTFS for samba, 1 EXT4 for other data
SSH access only (and I don't have a micro HDMI so I can't connect to a monitor to see any boot errors)
I had a power outage and, upon the return of electricity, my rPI (4.0) won't boot properly.
I've localized the issue to the
fstab line which (attempts to) mount the SSD/EXT4 partition. If i comment it out, the Pi boots properly. If I run
fstab with the line, it hangs up and won't boot properly (I need to then manually edit the
fstab file on the SD card on another machine to re comment-out the offending line).
I can re-mount the EXT4 partition manually and it works just fine. fstab entry is:
PARTUUID=BLAHBLAH-02 /mnt/cloud ext4 default 0 0
BLAHBLAH-01 is the PARTUUID for the correctly-mounting NTFS partition)
fdiskreports the ext mount as ID 7 | TYPE HPFS/NTFS/exFAT not EXT 4?
blkidreports the correct partition ID, but
lsblkdoes not (it omits the -01 and -02)?