Description of problem:
When I enter the (correct) passphrase in the LUKS prompt during boot, the boot often (4 out of 5 boots) never reaches the final state and system doesn't boot into GDM. The reason are two dev-disk-by\x2duuid... services (for both of my partitions) that fail. This is really weird, because one of the partitions is /boot which is used very early in the boot process and the other one is the LUKS partition I'm prompted to enter the passphrase for. So the disk is correctly initialized and the partitions are recognized just fine. Seems like some race-condition or something like that in udev. But that's just my "amateur" guess.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. try to boot a system with encrypted LVM setup
2. enter passphrase
system never finishes the boot
system boots just fine
It seems that waiting for quite a long time (> 3 minutes) before entering the LUKS passphrase help (maybe something times out?).
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journal from the failed boot
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output of 'mount' on the failed boot
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journal from a successful boot
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output of 'mount' on a successful boot
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output of lsblk
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list of partitions by uuid
What struck my eyes are these two errors:
Jul 06 11:33:04 localhost.localdomain systemd: /usr/lib/systemd/system-generators/anaconda-generator failed with error code 1.
Jul 06 11:33:25 localhost.localdomain systemd-udevd: error opening USB device 'descriptors' file
The first looks like it doesn't have to do anything with this issue, but you might want to check.
The second error is quite suspicious and might be a problem. I didn't find any other relevant information in the logs, though, so it's hard to say what caused it and why the device units suddenly start failing.
I'm also getting "Ago 29 02:31:48 localhost.localdomain systemd: /usr/lib/systemd/system-generators/anaconda-generator failed with error code 1." every time I boot. I'm also using LUKS so let me known if I can help you with something.
I removed the anaconda-generator, but it didn't help at all.
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