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Tags: boot   partitioning   mount   hard-drive   ssd  
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Title: How to remount a disk that goes into read-only mode without rebooting?
ID: /2019/06/30/How-to-remount-a-disk-that-goes-into-read-only-mode-without-rebooting_
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From Linux, how to change HDD state from ReadOnly after temporarly crash? the accepted answer (with 12 upvotes, at the time of this writing) states:

try with blockdev --setrw or hdparm -r 0

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