[Frugalware-announce] systemd in current

ryuo noreply at frugalware.org
Sun Feb 19 15:45:42 CET 2012


There has been an update to current in regards to systemd. During testing, there
was discovered to be some issues with reboots and shutdowns appearing to 'hang'.
      Further inspection revealed that the behavior was caused by
display-manager.service refusing to shutdown in a timely manner, by systemd's
definition. The process
      still works out in the end, provided you wait long enough for the effected
service to be forced to terminate by timeout. This is a public announcement, in
the
      event you experience a 'hang' during reboot or shutdown, that you should
try waiting it out. The default timeout per service is 90 seconds, so it may
take awhile.
      If you want more details as to what is going on during this 'hang', you
should boot without the 'splash' and 'quiet' boot arguments. Thank you.


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