Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 994188
Reboot after install often delays for ~1 minute
Last modified: 2014-06-17 21:35:55 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #974383 +++
At least Kamil and I have been seeing this throughout Fedora 19 testing, but never got around to filing a bug on it.
When you finish installation there's a button to reboot. Often, when you click it, the system delays, sitting at a console with some irrelevant info on it, for about a minute (for me) before restarting. (For a long time I just thought it was broken, and forced shutdown on my test VMs at that point). I don't know if it's 1 minute or longer for Kamil. I think other testers have mentioned seeing this too.
bcl thinks this is probably a systemd thing, at least as a first guess. We'll try and provide some more detailed info later, I just wanted to get the bug filed before I forgot about it again.
Found the problem, patch posted to anaconda-patches. Amount to not using os.system to call systemctl for shutdown since it blocks.
or use the "--no-block" option of systemctl
upstream commit a62114fdc8133fecc401351659c604df3a1e73dc
System is rebooted almost immediately with anaconda-19.31.56-1.el7. Moving to Verified.
This request was resolved in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0.
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