On Tue, 29 Mar 2016 17:50:27 -0700
Konstantin Svist <fry.kun(a)gmail.com> wrote:
After upgrading the kernel to 4.4.x series, it takes my laptop a
time to shut down without intervention.
Sometimes I see a status saying something like "wait job is running
for user ... (1m 30sec)"
But a lot of the time I just see the bootup log with "Starting Switch
Root..." being the last line
I noticed one way to shut down is to use sysrq shortcuts (R,E,I from
REISUB combo) -- obviously that's not a perfect solution..
Laptop has dual graphics, if that makes any difference.. Intel+Nvidia
Not sure if filing a bug would even help, most of them just get
ignored for years
I used to have this problem. I run X using startx from multiuser. I
close X and use shutdown -P now as root to shut down. And it would
take up to the 1m 30sec you mention above to shutdown tty1, where the X
had been. But something changed, and shutdown is now very fast again.
Just a few seconds. It might have been switching to the 4.5 kernels,
as I compile custom kernels from the rawhide series in koji.