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network-manager hinders system from shutting down

Hi all,

with Debian Edu squeeze workstation we experience shutdown problems because of network-manager deactivating the network connection (WLAN: WPA2-PSK) to early. Deactivating network-manager stop (with an exit 0 at the right place in the init script) fixes the issue.

However, I wonder if there is a more generic approach to this. Currently, I am not sure, why network access is still required during shutdown (autofs?) and what actually causes the hanging of the system (NFS mounts that are still mounted and accessed by something in the init scripts)?

Unfortunately, the devices showing the issues are at the customer site and I do not have regular access to them.

But still, maybe someone has an idea on this and observed a similar behaviour...


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