Just to follow up, a quick read of the upstream bug seems to indicate
there are kernel patch(es) involved in fixing this as well as systemd
patch(es). The upstream bug isn't yet marked fixed, so hopefully we can
check back in the new year to start backporting.

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  Random mount units sometimes fail, while file system is correctly

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Bug description:
  In Ubuntu 18.04 at least, we sometimes get a random server in
  emergency mode with a failed mount unit (ext4 file system), while the
  corresponding file system is in fact correctly mounted. It happens
  roughly once every 1000 reboots.

  It seems to be related with this bug :

  Is it possible to apply the fix
  in Ubuntu 18.04 ?

  Thanks in advance.

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