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Re: Not power off after shutdown in Jessie

On 05/31/2018 08:01 AM, Miroslav Skoric wrote:

After upgrading from Wheezy LTS to Jessie, one of my machines having 512 MB RAM, does not power off when it reached target shutdown. It seems some old issue/bug with systemd or else. In fact, everything closes down properly except it does not unmount the following:


... and hangs there forever. That did not happen in Wheezy. Any idea?

Btw, after waiting for at least 3-4 hours for poweroff, I went to tty1 console to try ctrl-alt-del there (because that did not work in tty7 where the system left hanging). It did not help much there too, however I noticed two new lines there:

[74199.357014] systemd[1]: var.mount failed to run 'umount' task: Cannot allocate memory [74199.380035] systemd[1]: home.mount failed to run 'umount' task: Cannot allocate memory

Any idea?

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