I've got some problems with my shutdown. When I use poweroff, systemctl poweroff or shutdown -P now or even pressing the power button, it hangs. Only thing that works is poweroff -f.
Here's a dump from journalctl of last things before my "manual" shut: http://pastebin.com/PRnFcR7Y ( and a dump from yesterday: http://pastebin.com/Bm0HT1br ).
Donno, if it's systemd's cause or LVM's... I've tryed this on 3.6.4 and even 3.0.51-lts kernel but with the same result.
For those with similar problem. Error was with:
Nov 18 14:43:49 vitalic lvm: There are still devices being monitored.
Nov 18 14:43:49 vitalic lvm: Refusing to exit.
After some reading: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=681582 I realised that there is a way to stop monitoring by simply:
# vgchange --monitor n
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Last edited by loper.t2h (2012-11-18 14:02:36)