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I have problems with a slow shutdown. I followed the instructions to reduce the timeout.
EOS 5.1

I set the timeouts to 9 seconds as answered below but it does not work.

  • If you press the right arrow key while shutting down you'll see what's delaying the shutdown process. Here you have a guide on how to reduce a delay on Ubuntu 18.04 and elementary Juno. – Maccer May 10 '19 at 6:03
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Try this

 sudo nano /etc/systemd/system.conf

and edit as the image then run

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uncommented (remove the "#") the fields above to

DefaultTimeoutStopSec=9s

Then run this command to reload

systemctl daemon-reload

if you find it still not working, set StartSec to 9s

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I believe this is a bug related to cerbere. It’s discussed in more depth in github

The only workarounds that seems to work are:

  • Set DefaultTimeoutStopSec to 10 or lower, or
  • Kill cerbere before shutdown
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