Some new hardware with 9.1 does not reboot easily
Willem Jan Withagen
wjw at digiware.nl
Wed Nov 21 10:04:50 UTC 2012
I'm building some new hardware for a customer, and given that 9.1 is
about to be around the corner, I installed 9.1-stable.
svn from last night....
Trouble is that a reboot takes for ever...
Same with shutdown -r now...
What happens is:
services get killed
we end with all buffers synced.
Then the systems is idle for like 30 secs (or more)
And then after a while I go CTRL-ALT-DEL to see what happens.....
Which gets me:
shared obj libpcre.so.1 not found, required by postfix
Writing entropy file
Init some proccess would not die; ps axl advised
And the I get the std shutdown kernel messages again, but then with
Waiting (max 60 sec) for system process 'vnlru' to stop ... timed out
Waiting (max 60 sec) for system process 'bufdeamon' to stop ... timed out
Waiting (max 60 sec) for system process 'syncer' to stop ... timed out
And then it reboots....
Now why is that?
Rebooting it on the 9.0-RELEASE memory stick seems to work just fine.
Supermicro motherboard: X9SRi-3F
AMI bios 1.0a
64Gb EEC memory
mps0 at pci0:8:0:0: class=0x010700 card=0x30201000 chip=0x00721000
vendor = 'LSI Logic / Symbios Logic'
device = 'SAS2008 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 [Falcon]'
class = mass storage
subclass = SAS
4* Seagata ATA (2 on LSI, 2 on motherboard)
4* Seagate SAS (ALL on LSI)
2* Intel SSD (connected to ATA on motherboard)
The system is completely ZFS, with a 4-way mirror on the ATA seagates as
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