My OSX Mountain Lion will no longer atart up. After the logon screen it spins forever (the Apple logon is replaced by an error sign).
When I run in single user mode I get a "still waiting for root device" that repeats every few seconds.
I suspect the problem is with core storage. Although I have encrypted the osx partition, the system can't find it (from recovery):
diskutil corestorage list No corestorage logical volume groups found.
fsck_cs will however report a corestorage:
** Checking volume. Content Hint for disk0s2 is not Apple_CoreStorage ** disk0s2: Scan for Volume Headers ** disk0s2: Scan for Disk Labels ** Logical Volume Group D4B301AF-3633-418B-980D-4CADB2DA6B0B on 1 device ** disk0s2: Scan for Metadata Volume ** Logical Volume Group has a 16 MB Metadata Volume with double redundancy ** Start scanning metadata for a valid checkpoint ** Load and verify Segment Headers ** Load and verify Checkpoint Payload ** Load and verify Transaction Segment ** Load and verify Transaction Segment ** Incorporate 1 newer non-checkpoint transaction ** Load and verify Virtual Address Table ** Load and verify Segment Usage Table ** Load and verify Metadata Superblock ** Load and verify Logical Volumes B-Trees ** Logical Volume Group contains 1 Logical Volume ** Load and verify BE7E7CD3-AB97-45F3-AC3C-B4AE8D73E22F ** Load and verify C418ACC5-E2D4-4EDE-84D7-2366A261A08E ** Load and verify Freespace Summary ** Load and verify Block Accounting ** Newest transaction commit checkpoint is valid ** Load and verify Segment Cleaning ** The volume D4B301AF-3633-418B-980D-4CADB2DA6B0B appears to be OK.
Any ideas on how I can repair this?
Or at least mount it to get at a few files?