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image won't boot after upgrading to yakkety's 4.8 kernel because efi
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If I use a relatively recent yakkety daily with uvt-kvm,
and upgrade the kernel to the latest kernel (which happens to be 4.8),
my VM won't boot any more. kern.log has:
and systemd complains that,
[FAILED] Failed to mount /boot/efi
See 'systemctl status boot-efi.mount' for details.
and dumps me to a recovery console. Of course, I don't have EFI since
I'm booting this thing on KVM. The problem here (I think) is that
/boot/efi is in /etc/fstab, and systemd fails to boot when anything in
/etc/fstab doesn't work.
If I comment /boot/efi out of /etc/fstab, it boots just fine.
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