Hello @poncheck and welcome to the Storj Forum
If the mount of your disk changed after a system restart, this suggests your disk wasn’t mounted statically by configuring
fstab: This should be done in order to ensure the path to your disk always stays the same across reboots.
With regards to your current node, I’m afraid disqualification is definitive, so if it’s been disqualified on 4 sats’ out of 5, it might survive on the 5th if everything recovers from now, but depending on how old your node is and how much data is stored by this sat’, maybe you’d be better off starting a fresh new node.
You can choose to keep your current node if it does not get disqualified on the last sat’, and decide whether you reduce its allocated storage so you can start a new fresh node on the side, so it gets vetted an ready to take over your old one eventually.
If your current node ends up being completely disqualified, then it’s good for the trash… the only way to carry on storing data for the Storj network in this case is to start a new Node from scratch