Sometimes i encounter, my system not shut down. now is one of that times - i go "start" -> "leave" ->"shutdown", and nothing appear. in normal case there appear a "shutdown" window, where i choose - shut down or restart. but now it not appear, and as so i cannot shutdown system normally.
on both host and guest running CentOS 6.3 with KVM/Qemu virtualization, I have the following scenarios:
"virsh shutdown kvm1" did not shutdown at all. virsh lists guest as running.
"service libvirt-guests stop" did not shutdown in 280 seconds (shutdown_timeout=300. on_shutdown=shutdown)
"shutdown now" from within guest, guest becomes unreachable.
I'm not sure when or how this started happening, but if I try to shutdown or reboot by any means - from settings, right-click from start, or command prompt shutdown -s - it does nothing. I click and it does nothing. When I run shutdown -s, it just hangs and also does nothing. I can log off, THEN shut down, but nothing from the desktop itself.
Hi, I updated from F19 to F20 ( 64 bit) witn FedUp and I'm using gnome 3.10.2.
I noticed that when I try to reboot or shutdown the system using the gnome button, it is not perform fast as with F19 but it takes 3 or 4 seconds doing, apparently anything, because during this time I can still use my desktop.
I also tried to reboot from command line, using ~$ reboot, but I don't obtain any errors.
I've recently encountered a problem which is my notebook, lenovo ideapad z500 with windows 8.1 pro, takes too long time to shutdown or hibernate. When I click on shutdown item, the LCD is powered off soon but my notebook takes about 10-15min to shutdown.
Can any one help me how I can fix it? Thanks