Based on this answer for another question, the issue might be the lack of a dbus session. See:
laptop $ ssh pi
pi $ gio mount smb://192.168.86.18/Video
gio: smb://192.168.86.18/Video: volume doesn’t implement mount
After connecting to my headless Raspberry Pi over ssh, I can't mount things using gio/gvfs. Then, I can start a dbus session and run a new shell ...
After many hours of attempts, I was able to get it working with the following command:
sudo mount -t cifs -o vers=3.1.1,rw,noperm,username=<microsoft-account>,password='<microsoft-account-password>',iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,soft,user //<windows-device>/<windows-share-folder>/ /<linux-folder-path>/
It could possibly caused by some trickery of a drive controller possibly in an enclosure - and the problem will likely disappear if reinserted back the way it was - or configured back to the settings as it was when the filesystem was originally created - or it could just be a firmware or utility off-by-one bug (used to be fairly common) - but
sudo resize2fs /...
would you mind trying to create the CSIDriver object and the Daemonset related as well?
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