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Re: boot hangs, corruption at every attempt

From: Riccardo Mottola
Subject: Re: boot hangs, corruption at every attempt
Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2015 18:03:39 +0200
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Justus Winter wrote:
No.  Although the shutdown sometimes hangs, it is quite reliable
nowadays.  Just do a normal sysvinit shutdown (e.g. use halt, or
I did a shutdown -hP now. I did a "sync" before... and I had no ssh/telnet logins to the system (a condition that I know almost always makes a shutdown fail).

The system remain with high CPU as in the screenshot.

I checked the threads in debugger, but I got 11 pages of screenshots! I do not want to spam the list, so I can send them if somebody finds useful checking them. I'm surprised, I'd expect the system having less stuff going on.


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