[systemd-devel] Showing plymouth shutdown splash earlier during shutdown process
lennart at poettering.net
Wed Apr 11 08:42:37 PDT 2012
On Wed, 11.04.12 09:25, Daniel Drake (dsd at laptop.org) wrote:
> As can be seen in my logs of a reboot:
> The plymouth shutdown splash is being shown really quite late.
> As systemd shuts down fantastically fast, this means that our pretty
> shutdown graphic is not being drawn on OLPC laptops. Sometimes the
> image is drawn partially, and sometimes it is not drawn at all. (A few
> seconds of systemd output text is always visible though)
> Is there a way to make the plymouth shutdown screen appear earlier?
> I tried modifying e.g. plymouth-reboot.service to have:
> Before=reboot.service shutdown.target umount.target final.target reboot.target
That suggests that the plymouth client tool is not waiting for the
operation to finish but just asynchonrously queueing the reuest, which
is something that should be fixed in plymouth.
Lennart Poettering - Red Hat, Inc.
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