Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 528222
LiveCD intermittently gets stuck during shutdown
Last modified: 2014-03-16 23:20:36 EDT
Nightly LiveCD 20091009
LiveCD intermittently gets stuck during shutdown. This might be happening after liveinst, or maybe without having run it. Not sure.
Sending all processes the TERM signal... [ OK ]
Sending all processes the KILL signal... [ OK ]
Saving random seed: [ OK ]
Unmounting file systems: [ OK ]
Please remove the CD from your drive and press Enter to finish restarting
/etc/rc0.d/S01halt: line 161: /bin/mount: Input/output error
Cc'ing dwalsh (SELinux) and rstrode (plymouth). TTy1 shows several AVC messages when trying to shut down the live image.
See attachment#364763 [details]
Okay, Cc'ing dwalsh (SELinux) and rstrode (plymouth) for real this time. See AVC messages on tty1 in the screenshot in attachment#364763 [details]
I can add the rules in Fixed in selinux-policy-3.6.32-26.fc12.noarch
But plymouthd_t is supposed to be a permissive domain. Access should have been allowed to the framebuffer and to request the kernel to load a module.
But I see success=no. Which I think could be a bug in the kernel or the loading of the module failed for some other non SELinux error.
Should have said.
Fixed in selinux-policy-3.6.32-27.fc12.noarch
errno = -19 == -ENODEV.
I'm not certain that the -EPERM would be passed back up this path, but it might well not be an SELinux problem in this case...
Confirmed, -26 and -27 both allow LiveCD to shutdown after liveinst.
Bug #509632 in anaconda-12.38-1.fc12 (not yet in rawhide) fixed an issue where liveinst was screwing up stuff in /dev. Could this possibly be related?
Given comment #4, should this be closed?