Bug#805708: systemd unmounts /boot even though I'm not using UEFI

Michael Biebl biebl at debian.org
Mon Jun 18 08:09:49 BST 2018

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On Sat, 21 Nov 2015 00:10:59 -0500 Brian Minton <brian at minton.name> wrote:
> Package: systemd
> Version: 228-2
> Severity: normal
> Hash: SHA256
> Dear Maintainer,
> Systemd booted up into emergency mode.  I tried to mount /boot to edit
> my grub menu.lst (yes, I'm still using grub 1), but I couldn't mount
> /boot.  Rather, as soon as /boot is mounted (I see an entry in dmesg
> saying that it was mounted), it gets unmounted.  I see an entry in
> journalctl stating that it was unmounted.  There is an entry in my
> /etc/fstab for the /boot filesystem, which does have it's own
> (traditional MSDOS style) partition.  I'm not using EFI, or UEFI.

Can you still reproduce the issue with a recent version of systemd.
It does indeed look a lot like #797326 which has been fixed in the mean

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