[arch-general] Shutdown issue - after updates yesterday
mike.cloaked at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 12:33:12 EDT 2012
On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 4:04 PM, mike cloaked <mike.cloaked at gmail.com> wrote:
> After updating my systems yesterday I am getting a line with a fail at
> shutdown at the sigterm/killterm point on the screen after exiting
> from X.
> I can't find anything in the logs directly related to this but I do
> have in /var/log/errors/log:
> Jun 15 10:58:22 localhost NetworkManager:
> nm_supplicant_info_set_call: assertion `call != NULL' failed
> during the bootup time.
> I know that NetworkManager has had issues in Fedora 16 for a while -
> eg https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=826706
> but I don't know if this is related or not.
> I am running networkmanager 0.9.4.0-5
To be more clear during the shutdown at the point where there is
"Sending SIGTERM signal to processes" it gives "BUSY" at the right
side which stays some seconds and turns to "FAIL" in red before moving
on to "Sending SIGKILL to processes" on the next line and then shuts
down quickly after that. Before updates yesterday this did not happen.
The pacman log for yesterday's updates is:
[2012-06-14 18:11] Running 'pacman -Syu'
[2012-06-14 18:11] synchronizing package lists
[2012-06-14 18:11] starting full system upgrade
[2012-06-14 18:11] upgraded jre7-openjdk-headless (7.u4_2.2-1 -> 7.u5_2.2.1-1)
[2012-06-14 18:12] upgraded jre7-openjdk (7.u4_2.2-1 -> 7.u5_2.2.1-1)
[2012-06-14 18:12] upgraded jdk7-openjdk (7.u4_2.2-1 -> 7.u5_2.2.1-1)
[2012-06-14 18:12] upgraded kdelibs (4.8.4-1 -> 4.8.4-2)
[2012-06-14 18:12] installed pambase (20120602-1)
[2012-06-14 18:12] upgraded pam (1.1.5-3 -> 1.1.5-4)
[2012-06-14 19:08] Running 'pacman -Syu'
[2012-06-14 19:08] synchronizing package lists
[2012-06-14 19:08] starting full system upgrade
[2012-06-14 19:08] upgraded unrar (4.2.3-1 -> 4.2.4-1)
Only today was the kernel moved to 3.4 with the same issue.
Anyone else seeing this, or suggest how I might get some debug info?
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