[Bug 1010045] Re: 12.04 hangs on shutdown deconfiguring network interfaces
gildas.bayard at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 08:54:05 UTC 2012
For me, dpkg -S /etc/network/if-down.d/* returns:
It's a fresh 12.04.1 install on qemu-kvm with 2 network interfaces
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12.04 hangs on shutdown deconfiguring network interfaces
Status in “ifupdown” package in Ubuntu:
When shutting down the 12.04 guest, it hangs on "Deconfiguring network
interfaces...", when there are multiple networkcards.
The system is going down for halt NOW!
* Stopping web server apache2 [ OK ] ... waiting
* Stopping Bacula File daemon... [ OK ]
Checking for running unattended-upgrades:
* Running nssldap-update-ignoreusers... [ OK ]
* Stopping Name Service Cache Daemon nscd [ OK ]
* Stopping Postfix Mail Transport Agent postfix [ OK ]
* Stopping ftp server proftpd [ OK ]
* Asking all remaining processes to terminate... [ OK ]
* All processes ended within 2 seconds.... [ OK ]
rpcbind: rpcbind terminating on signal. Restart with "rpcbind -w"
* Deconfiguring network interfaces...
We only have this issue when a vm has multiple network cards assigned.
When we do a manual "/etc/init.d/network stop; halt", the vm shuts down like expected.
dpkg -l | grep ifupdown
ii ifupdown 0.7~beta2ubuntu8 high level tools to configure network interfaces
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