[K12OSN] client hangs at reboot network card shutdown

Burke Almquist burke at thealmquists.net
Thu Jun 20 07:09:47 UTC 2013

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Usually this stems from issues with power management, I don't think the networking is the problem. You might check the power management  APM/ACPI in the client's bios.
You might need to have reboot=pci or noapci parameters passed to the client when it boots the kernel.

On Jun 13, 2013, at 9:17 AM, Barry Cisna wrote:

> Joshua,
> I disabled the network service from starting in the client / chroot.
> Rebooted server,,,rebooted client.
> After this config change the TC just shows the Centos splash screen and
> shows the "rebooting" in upper left of monitor,,,and no more activity on
> the ethernet wire. 
> In other words the TC does not get as far as previously in the
> shutdown/reboot procedure.
> I tried this on three different TC's from Intel,,and Broadcom nic
> varieties,,,for completeness.
> Switched back to chkconfig network on,,in chroot,,and reboot goes all
> the way to 'shutting down  eth0",,,and stops.
> Barry
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