Bugzilla – Bug 1071330
Shutdown takes very long time to be completed
Last modified: 2018-06-19 07:24:44 UTC
I have a problem: when I do shutdown, it takes a very long time (up to 30-40 minutes) to be completed.
I had this problem before, after update to 4.10.x (or 4.11.x) kernel but then after another system (and kernel) update it was fixed. Now I see that after update to latest kernel version available in standard TW repo (4.14.2-1.7) this problem appeared again.
During shutdown I see some processes waiting to be completed: last time it was "WPA Supplicant" process.
Also I'd like to say that it looks like I have ACPI problem on my machine: every boot I see some ACPI warnings. Not sure if it's related but probably that will be useful for you to know.
I'm using MSI GS40 laptop with latest available BIOS from MSI.
ivan@mynote:~> uname -a
Linux mynote.levshin.site 4.14.2-1-default #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Nov 24 08:20:07 UTC 2017 (b0610fc) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
ivan@mynote:~> rpm -qa|grep kernel
Does it still happen?
@systemd: Is there a way to debug shutdown with systemd?
Hi Jiri, Frank,
Problem doesn't exist anymore, as I remember it was solved by one of kernel updates. Please close this bugreport.