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Re: [opensuse-support] reboot and shutdown not completing

On 9/13/18 11:41 AM, Bruno Friedmann wrote:
On jeudi, 13 septembre 2018 14.43:02 h CEST mike wrote:
On 9/13/18 6:36 AM, Maximilian Trummer wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 12. September 2018, 20:03:26 CEST schrieb mike:
On 9/12/18 1:37 PM, Maximilian Trummer wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 12. September 2018, 18:57:24 CEST schrieb mike:
Hi,

Running Tumbleweed...is this a known problem...unable to
reboot

or shut down with an nvme ssd?? Running with a Ryzen 2700 and

Gigabyte 470 aorus ultra gaming motherboard...Thanks for any help...

mike
Does it really not shut down and reboot at all, or does it after a much
longer time than what you would expect from an NVMe-SSD?

well it goes all the way to the reboot or shutdown message than

wait...wait

then some kind of message about workers giving up...than hangs and

never

completes.....
If it's the latter, I might have the same problem, already reported to
the
bugzilla but so far no response:

https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1106629

https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/532311-Extremely-slow-boot-wi
th
-encrypted-root

regards
It does appear to be the same....I waited this time and
it doe shutdown & reboot...It takes

like 3 1/2 minutes to complete....kind of makes having an
ssd a handicap....

mike

Is your root disk with Tumbleweed on it encrypted?
No........
Fully encrypted M2 here and booting, shutdown working like a breath.
You should also check your nvme mfg to be sure your use the last firmware.

    just did that from windows using samsung magician, runs noticeably

    quicker......


nvme-cli can help (also smartctl) to identifying troubles.
    just got it

Now to debug check the wiki page about booting systemd in debug mode, this
will help you to get more messages about the root cause about the slowliness

    I will do that.....the ssd runs super fast when booting, with the system

    running....it's just the shutdown stalls after the reboot or shutdown message

    appears, good news is with firmware update instead of taking 3 1/2 minutes, it's

    down to 3 minutes.....thanks for the help,

                    mike


another tricks, go to logout of your normal user xorg session.
then after 10s check if any process is still running with that users.

ntp is often the case of failure (ntp looking for a ntpd server to synchronize
clock, but the network is already gone...) move to
systemd-timesyncd.service


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