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Re: [sysvinit-devel] [Question] A panic when reboot --force the system

From: Xishi Qiu
Subject: Re: [sysvinit-devel] [Question] A panic when reboot --force the system
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2015 17:11:35 +0800
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On 2015/10/24 14:54, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:

> [Rui Xiang]
>> Hi´╝îlist
> Hi.
>> It seems that reboot or force reboot through *sysvinit* have the problem.
>> Furthermore, using reboot -f in *systemd* should also have this
>> problem, right?
>> And is that a bug for current reboot process in sysvinit or systemd?
>> All comments are welcome, thanks.
> I must admit, that the only scenario I can think of that would cause
> SysV init to die like this is running out of memory very early in the
> startup of the process.

Hi Petter,

You mean init will be killed at boot time when there is no memory, right?

However, we sure the memory is enough at boot time.
But apps maybe use a lot of memory after boot, then reboot, and
catch the error.

Xishi Qiu

> Are you sure the kernel isn't running out of memory?  Perhaps you can
> try using valgrind to figure out why init exits?
> I'm trimming the list of receivers to the sysvinit mailing list, to
> avoid flodding too many people.

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