System won't boot after shutdown

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System won't boot after shutdown

Postby alexandra_m » 2018-07-23 10:44

Hello guys and gals,

Last night I shutdown my Debian stretch system and couldn't get it to boot this morning.

I'm a beginner, I installed the system months (years ?) ago using a guided encrypted setup with LVM (nothing fancy regarding partitions: / and /swap). I can't remember if I did anything special last night that could have led to this situation (I manually apt-get update && apt-get upgrade daily), one thing I think I remember though is that when the system was shutting down, it outputed some lines about cleaning something, memory or disks errors presumably (it already did that, never had problems booting back so I didn't care much). I use an SSD just in case that info would be useful.

Here are two pictures of the errors (album on imgur) :

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On the first picture, everything that is on screen has always been there except for the following line :
alg: hash: digest failed on test 1 for crc32c-intel: ret=126

The second picture is taken after I successfully enter my passphrase.

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The interesting bit is probably this one:
EXT4-fs (dm-1): Cannot load crc32c driver

Any idea on how to fix this?

Thank you in advance for your help!

Alex

Edit: I've been able to access the content of the drive by pluging it into another Debian machine using a USB <-> SATA adapter so it seems like it is not a drive failure
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