antiX fails to kill all processes on shutdown – is it normal?

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    Bajingan

      antiX fails to kill all processes on shutdown – but in the end, it would shutdown after all.

      Is it normal?

      #4593
      Anonymous

        Can you mention any specifics as to what you are seeing?

        What you are seeing may be the scripted attempted shutdown of processes which were never actually started.
        FWIW, on some machines I see harmless mention of cpu_freq (or cpufrequtils?) at each shutdown as well as during each boot
        (b/c the cpu_freq kernel module is active, yet the machine’s bios or CPU lacks support for that feature)

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        Bajingan

          Can you mention any specifics as to what you are seeing?

          What you are seeing may be the scripted attempted shutdown of processes which were never actually started.
          FWIW, on some machines I see harmless mention of cpu_freq (or cpufrequtils?) at each shutdown as well as during each boot
          (b/c the cpu_freq kernel module is active, yet the machine’s bios or CPU lacks support for that feature)

          [FAIL] Killing all processes.



          … (I don’t see it clearly because it goes through in a blink of eye. Suddenly, my machine is successfully turned off.)

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          Anonymous

            That generic [fail] message is just a notification that not all processes had responded to “kill” signal before the shutdown timer had elapsed.
            Often seen (and ignored) on my systems, so I’d at least call it “commonplace”. Normal? Yeah, it probably happens at every shutdown but escapes my attention.

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