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Re: problem on shut-down

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: problem on shut-down
Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2014 10:42:37 +0200
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Justus Winter wrote:
As a workaround, using {reboot,halt}-hurd is safe (filesystem-wise)
even when using sysvinit.  Using those commands avoids such problems.
I will try!

Then again, you should try to debug this.  See what the init script
does.  Inject a set -x to see where it hangs, etc.
I tried telnetting into the box and then perfoming a couple of operations (remote login seems to be stabler than the console, which freezes).

Some additional info:
I tried manually "openbsd-inetd stop" and it stopped without hanging

I then did "poweroff &" and checked with "ps -a" where it was haning
I noticed that almost with any script in init.d called with "stop" it did hang. I then killed that process and it continued to the next, nutil it came to filesystem where everything did hang. That is it looks that it is not just one hanging...

I should try perhaps just booting an shuttingo down, to see how a clean system works.

what should I do with "set -x" ? Please explain further...


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