Yesterday, I updated my PC from fedora 30 to 31. The update turned out
to be problematic, and now I could only boot into the 'emergency
Fedora installation disk layout is like this: All partitions are LUKS
encrypted, root (/) is (directly) on LVM on a SSD. /home and /opt are
stratis managed (HDDs partition SSD cached).
Investigations showed the following: boot into 'emergency shell' is
because /home could not be mounted. However, I have problems to
recover stratis both from the 'emergency shell' and from the fedora 31
In 'emergency shell' stratisd warns that there is no DBus. Hence the
stratis cli is of no use. I have not found a way to successfully start
DBus in the 'emergency shell'.
From the live cd, I could install stratisd and stratis-cli. But it is
not possible to start stratisd with systemd (some IO Error, permission
In chroot from live cd to my installed root (/) it is not possible to
start stratisd because systemd does not allow this in chroot.
So, has somebody an idea what to do to recover the system?
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