#41 Issue closed: Reboot command on upstart-based rescue media fails to work (RHEL6, Ubuntu)

Labels: bug

dagwieers opened issue at 2012-03-30 07:23:

Reboot on Ubuntu or RHEL rescue media fails to work. We probably miss some script or config for upstart.

dagwieers commented at 2012-06-07 13:12:

Did not work with upstream master on 6/6 on RHEL6.2 :-(

jhoekx commented at 2012-06-07 14:39:

I tested my RHEL 6.2 VM again. Everything is working great there.

I need more info. initctl list will show which services are running. Can you also try to reboot after you've enabled logging ( initctl log-priority debug )? The console will show what upstart is trying to do.

dagwieers commented at 2012-06-08 21:50:

Tested it today on a VM, and it did work. However, it did not work previously on my laptop (after a real recovery). I can try later to do a reboot (without a recovery) on my laptop in GRUB rescue mode. If that works, I propose to reclose the issue ;-)

dagwieers commented at 2012-06-08 22:01:

Cannot reproduce on bare-metal. It's likely my migration was not using a tree with this fix in it. Let's keep an eye on this in the future, and reopen if this is experienced again. Sorry for the confusion.

[Export of Github issue for rear/rear.]