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I have digitalocean droplet ( a server). I restarted the droplet. Then Boot drops to a (initramfs) prompts/busybox. I found a solution:

Ubuntu 15.10 - "BusyBox built-in shell (initramfs)" on every boot

But fsck command not available. Available Commands are:

Available Commands

The error is:

Error

What can I do about that?

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  • I highly recommend that you read the duplicate answer that you found again. The available command you want is exit – Elder Geek Mar 24 '18 at 3:01
  • @ElderGeek I don't see how that answers the question. OP ran exit (see screencap) but the error isn't saying the partition is damaged, it's saying the partition doesn't exist. (Though I don't have much experience with this sort of thing.) – wjandrea Mar 24 '18 at 17:07
  • @wjandrea I see that now. It's more clear to me since the edit 5 hours ago. – Elder Geek Mar 24 '18 at 18:57
  • Either the root device has failed or there's a misidentification of the UUID in fstab.. – Elder Geek Mar 24 '18 at 19:01
  • I explained how I solved the problem. – GG gg Mar 24 '18 at 19:12
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This issue is caused by the UUID in the /etc/fstab file not matching the UUID of the disk itself. DigitalOcean Support team have set my Droplet to boot to recovery mode. Then I power off and on the Droplet from the control panel. From the recovery mode, I mounted my droplets disk. I viewed the correct UUID with the command "blkid" and then edit the /mnt/etc/fstab file after mounting my disk to correct this. Then I power off and on the Droplet from the control panel once again. DigitalOcean Support team set the Droplet to boot normally. Then droplet worked very well.

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