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Boot hangs at Deferred execution scheduler

asked 2018-12-09 16:34:43 -0600

lujate gravatar image

updated 2018-12-09 16:36:02 -0600

I've been running Fedora Workstation 29 for a while. Starting with a recent kernel update, the system no longer boots. I checked my boot.log in rescue mode, but i don't seea smoking gun. Here are the last several entries (typed in my tablet so sorry for any typos):

Reached Target network (pre)

Starting network manager

Reached Target network

Started logout off all iscsi sessions on shutdown

Reached Target remote file systems (pre)

Reached Target remote file systems

Starting virtualization daemon

Starting permit user sessions

Starting cups scheduler

Starting network manager wait online

Started permit user sessions

Starting hold until boot process finishes up

Started command scheduler

Starting terminate Plymouth boot screen

Started deferred execution scheduler

Any tips on how to proceed?


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answered 2018-12-15 20:29:56 -0600

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Boot with a kernel that works and check out boot logs. The file boot.log doesn't exist at all. In order to check the previous boot log use

journalctl -b -1
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