[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#740942: [samba] /etc/init.d/samba forbit systemd shutdown system

Felix Natter fnatter at gmx.net
Sun Oct 12 10:28:34 UTC 2014


I see the extremely long (3-5min) shutdown issue also if I don't boot
with "init=/bin/systemd". The only difference is that:

- with init=/bin/systemd and without "quiet", I get:
  "A stop job is running for LSB: [samba...]" as described in this bug.

- without init=/bin/systemd and with "quiet", I do not get any terminal
  output during the "waiting period", but if I hit Ctrl+Alt+Del I get
  "Failed to start Store Sound Card State..." (each time I hit

Before enabling systemd, I disabled also-storage.service: "systemctl
disable alsa-store.service", that may have an influence on the above, I
don't know.

Also, I noticed that without "quiet", I get kernel messages about a
"new" USB device (my optical mouse) exactly 3-4 (don't remember the
exact number, but it's the same each time) times until the system shuts
down successfully.

I last updated my Debian testing on 2014-10-06.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Felix Natter

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