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Unknown Startup Job Running never end...
#1
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my board is orangepi pc

sometime when startup will randomly running one of the job as below:

A start job is running for Network Manager
A start job is running for Authorization Manager
A start job is running for WPA Supplicant

if it happen, the job will keep running until never end, so i had to force power-off the machine and restart again.

Another question,
if shutdown system, it will hang at the last end with the line:

starting power-off...
reboot: system halted

machine not power off itself, we need to power off ourself after it.
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#2
I'm having the same issue. Was random at first, but now it's happening almost every single time I try to boot it up.
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#3
Can you edit /boot/armbianEnv.txt and reduce cma to 128? Maybe it’s running out of memory on boot
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#4
(09-20-2019, 11:01 AM)alexkidd Wrote: Can you edit /boot/armbianEnv.txt and reduce cma to 128? Maybe it’s running out of memory on boot

seem like this file cannot be modify and overwrite.
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#5
You need to edit it with sudo
sudo nano ...
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#6
I have the same problem in orange pi plus 2e.

I try changing cma=128M but i have the same in freeze at shutdown:
system halted
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#7
cma at 128 is to help booting up not turning off (no fix yet)
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#8
(09-20-2019, 11:01 AM)alexkidd Wrote: Can you edit /boot/armbianEnv.txt and reduce cma to 128? Maybe it’s running out of memory on boot

i tried changed from cma=256M to cma=128M, but the problem still.  Sad

mostly now is A start job is running for Network Manager (.../no limit)
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#9
The only time mine still does this is if I power the board on with my bluetooth adapter plugged in. I thought I had posted about this and completely forgot. It seems to be related to bluetooth. If I power on without it plugged in it boots normally so I just plug it in when Emulation Station is loaded.
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(10-19-2019, 06:39 PM)shawnsdada Wrote: The only time mine still does this is if I power the board on with my bluetooth adapter plugged in. I thought I had posted about this and completely forgot. It seems to be related to bluetootnh. If I power on without it plugged in it boots normally so I just plug it in when Emulation Station is loaded.

u r true, if insert bluetooth adaptor at the beginning, this problem will happen more freuently.

if unplug bluetooth adaptor, it works fine.

Hi Alex, any solution can u take a look when you free?

Thanks.
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