|Summary:||Login interrupted with "FAILURE: Start Fedora crash recovery kernel arming". Returns to login. Repeats.|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Burnie West <west>|
|Component:||gnome-session||Assignee:||Ray Strode [halfline] <rstrode>|
|Status:||CLOSED EOL||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||20||CC:||cschalle, marek.j.piatek, rstrode|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
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|Last Closed:||2015-06-29 14:42:07 UTC||Type:||Bug|
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Description Burnie West 2014-01-23 20:42:43 UTC
Description of problem: Login was interrupted, display read FAILED: Start Fedora crash recovery kernel arming. Returned to login screen. This short loop continued. Then I rebooted into 3.126-300; login failed without FAILURE message; last message was "loading color profiles". I rebooted into 3.125-302; again login failed without any FAILURE message. All this happened a few days after the kernel upgrade to 3.127 (Jan 18). My system configuration at the time of upgrade included a second screen. It worked fine until I shut down, removed second screen and all other accessories just to use the laptop. I had had no problem with the 3.125.302 kernel; I did not operate (AFAICR) 3.126-300 without the accessories. When I returned and reconnected the second screen and other accessories (keyboard, mouse, additional drives, etc) the system behaved normally. I then looked at my ABRT history; there were 10 failures under the "My" tab, seven of which were results of today's attempts to log in on the disconnected laptop. The first was gnome-session-3.10.1-1.fc20 "killed by SIGABRT" ("problem data incomplete - cannot be reported") Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):3.10.1-1_X86-64 How reproducible: Have not determined - - Steps to Reproduce: (which I do not quite dare to take) 1. shut down 2. remove all external connections 3. start up unconnected laptop Actual results: Returns to login screen Expected results: Login normal Additional info: "My" ABRT log: gnome-session-3.10.1-1.fc20 CCpp - 7:19:52 AM - cannot be reported - (user logging out) kerneloops - 7:28:50 AM - cannot be reported (user logging out) - WARNING: CPU: 3 PID: 2149 at lib/idr.c:527 idr_remove.part.6+0c243/0x250() Four more gnome-session-3.10.1-1.fc20 CCpp: 7:32 (3.127-300) 7:36:09, 7:36:37 (3.126-300) 7:39 (3.125-302) Here I rebooted into Windows to search on-linr for similar problems, found none. I then attempted to return to Linux. One more gnome-session CCpp: 8:13:01 (3.127-300) All of the above "cannot be reported" "System" ABRT log: 3 xorg-x11-server aborts today "cannot be reported" - logging out 2 xorg aborts today "cannot be reported" - logging out
Comment 1 Burnie West 2014-02-24 22:47:06 UTC
As of today, I have managed only to log in as root. I have so far found no solution or workaround. Updates today ultimately resolved a several-day-old libcmis complication that had been caused by incorrect dependencies, but the login short loop remains. Kernel is 3.13.3-201.fc20.x86_64.
Comment 2 marodoc 2014-04-01 06:07:07 UTC
Similar problem here. kernel is 3.13.7-200.fc20.x86_64. System fully updated.
Comment 3 Fedora End Of Life 2015-05-29 10:38:42 UTC
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Comment 4 Fedora End Of Life 2015-06-29 14:42:07 UTC
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