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Re: shutdown/reboot taking a long time

On Mon, Jun 10, 2024 at 09:35:03PM -0700, T K Spindler (moof) wrote:
> > Recently I noticed that after a longer uptime, shutdown takes a while.
> Do you mean `shutdown -r`, `shutdown -h`, argless, or something
> else? I've seen similar issues on-and-off with -current for the
> past several months, but it seems to happen way more often with
> `shutdown -h` and *not* `shutdown -r`. It's unfortunately difficult
> to reproduce, but it seemed to be vaguely associated with how much
> file access had occurred, not just uptime.

I mean 'shutdown -r' for rebooting with a new kernel. The machine has
usually an uptime of a month or so and does regular NFS and pbulk
traffic (rather a lot of it). So yes, it falls into the 'much file
access' category too.

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