Created attachment 1511674 [details]
Systemd-Journal with crash-log from tracker
Description of problem:
The shutdown in Fedora 29 takes about 90 seconds. It seems, that the tracker for the file-indexing in gnome crashes on shutdown. This prevents a fast shutdown.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 29 with Gnome 3.30
I can reproduce this on two machines regularly.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start fedora 29
2. login to gnome
3. work a little time with the system
The system hangs with the following message "A stop job is running for User Manager with UID 1000" for about 90 seconds
I attached an extract of the systemd-journal and a foto of the message.
Created attachment 1511675 [details]
Created attachment 1511676 [details]
complete system-d journal
I do have the exact same bug! Didn't know it was because gnome-search-tool.
I did open a bug for it: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1664491
But I think this one is better.
*** Bug 1664491 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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I still have the bug under Fedora 30.
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I can't reopen this issue, but I definitively had this bug on Fedora 30. If the owner of this bug could simply change the affected version, that would be nice.
I'm on Fedora 31 now, and waiting to see if the bug if still here (to reproduce it, I need to shutdown my pc, which I don't do very often ;)).
Sorry for double posting, there's been an issue with the server (internal error) and it ended up like that.