It fails at checking a partition. I can manually check it without any trouble. So it drops into emergency mode, if you type mount -a, then exit, it continues booting.
It’s trying to check the /boot/efi partition. I also formatted it, and copied the data back, and it still can’t run fsck on it.
So I downgraded systemd, and now it works.
Haha, they might of pulled that update. They must of pulled it, running “pacman -Syyu” and there’s nothing to update. I still have the broken files.
I just spent a lot of time trying to fix a pulled update. Google isn’t helpful. Just says my drive is failing. SSDs get bad sectors?