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Re: Hurd shutdown problems

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: Hurd shutdown problems
Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2016 13:01:08 +0200
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Justus Winter wrote:
>Have you tried using halt-hurd instead of shutdown? As far as I can
>remember, halt-hurd has never caused file system corruption for me,
>but I'm pretty sure shutdown did way back when I was still trying
>to use it.
That is correct.  halt-hurd is basically halt -f, which is safe on the
Hurd, but skips the sysvinit shutdown.  However, we need to figure out
why this hangs every now and then.

in my personal experience, I had "hangs" when I had a telnet session open (I think also ssh.. I shall try again).
Usually all connected clients should get disconnected.
If I power on hurd and then login from consoe and shut it down, it works reliably.


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