Ever since the kernel has upgraded to 188.8.131.52.10 I've had a lockup on shutdown. This didn't occur with 184.108.40.206.09, and doesn't occur when I slid in a disk into the same machine with F13 running. I took out rhgb quiet from the kernel line and see that there is an eth0 dump, then the line:
nv_stop_tx: TransmitterStatus remained busy.
This is the last line before the shutdown locks up. It also occurs with shutdown -h now. Googling I can only find occurrences of this when network cards lock up and the corresponding networks fail, and the old reasons were bugs in the forcedeth driver. Well, this is on shutdown, and, since I have no problems with my network or network card using other versions of Fedora or other distros in the same machine, I am trying to find out what was different between the present kernel and the last kernel that worked.
The scroll is too fast to see what happens before the eth0 dump, so, does anyone know of a log or a way of vectoring the shutdown scroll to a log so I can see what is going on. Messages, dmesg and the other logs don't seem to have the info I'm looking for.
Thanks in Advance.
Edit: I'm up to kernel-2.6.34-0.28.rc3.git3.fc14 now, it doesn't seem it's going to get fixed unless I can report something.