Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1266294
not able to relogin after a first logout
Last modified: 2016-12-20 09:44:50 EST
Created attachment 1076832 [details]
Description of problem:
updating mutter solved the first problem reported on bug: 1264904, but now I have a new one:
After the first login on any user (fedora with 2 different users), if I logout and try to login again, the process fails and basically I get stuck on login.
The only way to login again is by rebooting the machine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login on gnome3 after boot
3. Try to login again
Not able to login anymore.
dmesg says systemd-logind is tainted and a stacktrace is printed.
Be able to login/logout over and over without rebooting.
After boot and I'm not sure if it is related gnome-shell also crashes a lot.
Take a look on the attached file with the actual dmesg output after a clean reboot.
Can we please get the journalctl output too? Thanks.
(In reply to nmreis from comment #0)
> The only way to login again is by rebooting the machine.
Does "loginctl terminate-user <username>" (as root) work around the issue without a reboot?
It did work, as a work around.
I'm also attaching all the logs a think might be usefull here.
Created attachment 1077988 [details]
other usefull logs from journal/dmesg
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