1. Get information about block device
   lsblk --fs

2. partion the new disk
   cfdisk /dev/sda

  > New -> Primary -> Specify size in MB
  > Write
  > Quit

3. Format the new disk with XFS filesystem
     mkfs.xfs /dev/sda

     mkfs.xfs: command not found
     apt-get install xfsprogs

 mkfs.xfs: Format the filesystem
 xfs_admin: Change the parameters of the filesystem
 xfs_growfs: Decrease the size of the filesystem
 xfs_repair: Check and repair the filesystem
 xfs_freeze: Suspend access to an XFS filesystem; this makes consistent backups easier
 xfs_copy: Fast copy the contents of an XFS filesystem

      In case repair, always unmount first, repair, mount.
           umount /mnt/5ton
           xfs_repair /mnt/5ton

4. run fdisk -l to see if the system can use it.
         Disk /dev/sda: 21.4 GB, 21474836480 bytes
         Disk /dev/sdb: 50000 GB, 5000002254720 bytes
         Disk /dev/sdb doesn't contain a valid partition table
         ....if error, attempt to repair bad superblocks on the drive
         fsck /dev/sda
 When it asks to repair blocks select yes by pressing 'y'

5. Check whole block device: sudo lsbl

6. Get UUID run sudo blkid /dev/sda

7. sudo nano /etc/fstab 

   add followings;
   UUID=d90e3189-12cd-4d16-8fe9-cf362b5f267d /disk2 xfs defaults 1

if doesn't start after reboot;
(UUID=c853a0fe-93fc-4df1-9b08-1429055b451b /disk2 auto nofail,rw,user,errors=remount-ro 0 0)
Save and close the file. 

8.  sudo mkdir /home/disk2
    sudo mount -t xfs /dev/sda /home/disk2

    sudo umount /dev/sda (change /etc/fstab )

9. cat /etc/fstab
sudo df

systemctl daemon-reload

Summing up

Step 1 – Get information about block device
lsblk --fs

Step 2 – Print UUID for Linux block device
    sudo blkid /dev/sda

Step 3 – Edit /etc/fstab to mount partitions using UUID

sudo nano /etc/fstab
And update it as follows to mount the /dev/sdb at /disk2/ directory using UUID:
UUID=d90e3189-12cd-4d16-8fe9-cf362b5f267d /disk2 xfs defaults 1
sudo mount -a

Step 4 – Verification
      run sudo df

That's it.