|FROM ||Dudemanguy via artix-general
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout - NYLXS] [artix-general] [s6] not booting/rebooting
|On 9/23/20 7:39 PM, Javier via artix-general wrote:
> One thing is for sure, when you accidentally made the scripts install in sub-dirs, I could poweroff and reboot fine. The issue was that no servers/oneshots were triggered at boot, :). So, there's something about scripts making powerdown hang. About the installing, well, I have no idea, but once I install the package, I can re-install the exact same package several times without issues...
> Please don't give up just yet. Seems like there's still hope, or so I believe so, :)
> Is there a way I can turn logging on for s6-linux-init in general (including the scripts), that gets logged somewhere (hopefully not getting corrupted, sine the disks are not getting unmounted on powerdown, and at boot I'm always getting journal cleanups)...
Not sure. Maybe your scripts in /etc/s6/current/scripts are all messed
up somehow. The rc.shutdown should just be a call to single call to
"exec s6-rc -bda change". This technically blocks (waits for every
service to be killed of course), but shouldn't take forever.
rc.shutdown.final should just be entirely comments and do nothing. As
for logs, maybe you'll have something interesting in
/run/uncaught-logs/current. That's where something would go if it's not
caught by the usual s6-log log daemons (those are in /var/log).
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