I read the manual for systemD and systemctl, and I could not see a way to display the dependencies of local-fs.target. Is there one?
My system hangs at boot, somewhere before the local-fs.target completes.
Not only do I know know what is failing, I don't know what it is trying to do.
I can boot to the emergency target. But that does not trigger the problem. I have the logging options on, but it FREEZES when I try the local-fs.target, so I never get to open the logs.
I'd like to know what it is trying to do, so I can step through manually.
I HATE HATE HATE!! systemD. What a horrible DISASTER of a system.
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Even more fun.
I boot to emergency.
Manually start each local-fs.target.wants/* then local-fs.target
It waits a long tome for something, then it "works" but does not mount my lvm filesystems.
I try again for default.target, and this time local-fs.target fails with a dependency, and the system hangs again.
syslog is not available at the time of the hang.
What ever is the first fail, is lost when the console scrolls.
I's looking a lot like I must do a full reinstall of this system.