Auto-mount disk at start-up on Fedora 32 Linux

Auto-mount disk at start-up on Fedora 32 Linux

I can’t get a disk to auto-mount at start-up since I upgraded to Fedora 32 (from Fedora 31, with clean install).

Although if I issue a sudo mount -a after boot, the disk mounts immediately.

I didn’t backup fstab prior to the upgrade.
The current fstab line I use for this disk (LVM2 volume) is

/dev/mapper/vgdata-data /home/data              ext4    nosuid,nodev,nofail,x-systemd.device-timeout=1ms 0 0

Note: the disk is encrypted with luks2 and decrypted at boot with crypttab.

What am I missing?

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Author: macxpat