Did you already check the vmkernel.log to see whether it contains detailed information regarding this issue?
Which controller firmware/driver version is used (see e.g. VMware Compatibility Guide - I/O Device Search)?
Which CLI command (please provide the exact/complete command) do you use to mount the datastore?
Yes i can find the following not sure if its related to the manual mounting of the VM and rest cant tell what is related.
2019-08-15T06:37:50.724Z cpu14:2100281)WARNING: NFS: 1227: Invalid volume UUID 5baac5a6-7500c680-a2ca-0cc47adb3218
2019-08-15T06:37:50.743Z cpu14:2100281)LVM: 16741: File system '[datastore1, 5baac5a9-8baef0ac-5482-0cc47adb3218]' (LV 5baac5a6-7500c680-a2ca-0cc47adb3218) mounted in 'rw' mode.
i used the following CMD to mount the VMs:
[usr@localhost:~] esxcfg-volume -m datastore1
[usr@localhost:~] esxcfg-volume -m 5baed389-20b43070-cce9-0cc47adb3218
the HBA i'm using is avago LSI 9300 8i i think is supported
esxcfg-volume -m datastore1
Please note there's a difference between a lower-case "-m" (non-persistent across host reboots), and an upper-case "-M" (persistent across host reboots). So it's the upper-case "-M" option that you want to use in this case.
Please take a look at e.g. https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/1011387 for how to use the different mount commands, and options.
Thank you that was easy... i was actually in that page when researching but didn't read the whole page
Thank you so much