• System crashes and goes back to login


    Hey,
    my system always crashes a couple of minutes after I boot.
    I have gnome installed.

    after getting the last log with “journalctl -b -1”, I found this error:

    What can I do to fix this?
    thanks, shurkan2

    Here are some system infos:
    gnome v. 3.26.2
    3,7 GiB
    Intel Celeron CPU N2840 @ 2.16GHz × 2
    Intel Bay Trail
    64-bit

    Feb 24 22:04:07 compi kernel: perf: interrupt took too long (3147 > 3140), lowering kernel.perf_event_max_sample_rate to 63000
    Feb 24 22:07:48 compi gnome-shell[4080]: gnome-session gave us a dead inhibitor: /org/gnome/SessionManager/Inhibitor1
    Feb 24 22:07:50 compi gnome-shell[4080]: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/modalDialog.js 218]: reference to undefined property “GdkX11Scre>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi kernel: rfkill: input handler enabled
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gsd-print-notif[4153]: Source ID 2 was not found when attempting to remove it
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[4007]: Stopping D-Bus User Message Bus…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gvfsd[4048]: A connection to the bus can’t be made
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd-logind[308]: System is rebooting.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gnome-session[4019]: gnome-session-binary[4019]: WARNING: Lost name on bus: org.gnome.SessionManager
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gnome-session-binary[4019]: WARNING: Lost name on bus: org.gnome.SessionManager
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi tracker-miner-f[4241]: Owner of volume monitor org.gtk.vfs.UDisks2VolumeMonitor disconnected from the bus; removing drives/volu>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gsd-color[4182]: Error releasing name org.gnome.SettingsDaemon.Color: Verbindung ist geschlossen
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gsd-housekeepin[4199]: Error releasing name org.gnome.SettingsDaemon.Housekeeping: Verbindung ist geschlossen
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[4007]: obex.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[4007]: obex.service: Failed with result ‘exit-code’.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[4007]: Stopped D-Bus User Message Bus.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[4007]: Started D-Bus User Message Bus.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped target Graphical Interface.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped target Timers.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Light Display Manager…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily verification of password and group files.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Disk Manager…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Closed Load/Save RF Kill Switch Status /dev/rfkill Watch.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily rotation of log files.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi udisksd[637]: udisks daemon version 2.7.6 exiting
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi tracker-store[4266]: Received signal:15->'Beendet’
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi tracker-store[4266]: OK
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gnome-session[4019]: gnome-session-binary[4019]: WARNING: Application ‘org.gnome.SettingsDaemon.Color.desktop’ killed by signal>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi gnome-session-binary[4019]: WARNING: Application ‘org.gnome.SettingsDaemon.Color.desktop’ killed by signal 15
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Starting Generate shutdown-ramfs…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi haveged[311]: haveged: Stopping due to signal 15
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi haveged[311]: haveged starting up
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi bluetoothd[584]: Terminating
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Bluetooth service…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Authorization Manager…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Accounts Service…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped target Multi-User System.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Entropy Harvesting Daemon…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Monthly clean packages cache.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily locate database update.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD Stack…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily Cleanup of Temporary Directories.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi bluetoothd[584]: Stopping SDP server
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi bluetoothd[584]: Exit
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: Got SIGTERM, quitting.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface wlp4s0.IPv6 with address fe80::f514:cb4d:a32e:b28.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface wlp4s0.IPv4 with address 192.168.178.29.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi dbus-daemon[307]: [system] Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type=“error”, sender=”:1.550" (uid=1000 pid=4087 comm="/usr/>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi dbus-daemon[307]: [system] Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type=“error”, sender=":1.550" (uid=1000 pid=4087 comm="/usr/>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: avahi-daemon 0.7 exiting.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping CUPS Scheduler…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi ModemManager[312]: <info> Caught signal, shutting down…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Modem Manager…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily man-db cache update.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped target System Time Synchronized.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Removed slice system-systemd\x2dcoredump.slice.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Daemon for power management…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Bluetooth service…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Authorization Manager…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Accounts Service…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped target Multi-User System.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Entropy Harvesting Daemon…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Monthly clean packages cache.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily locate database update.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD Stack…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily Cleanup of Temporary Directories.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi bluetoothd[584]: Stopping SDP server
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi bluetoothd[584]: Exit
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: Got SIGTERM, quitting.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface wlp4s0.IPv6 with address fe80::f514:cb4d:a32e:b28.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface wlp4s0.IPv4 with address 192.168.178.29.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi dbus-daemon[307]: [system] Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type=“error”, sender=":1.550" (uid=1000 pid=4087 comm="/usr/>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi dbus-daemon[307]: [system] Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type=“error”, sender=":1.550" (uid=1000 pid=4087 comm="/usr/>
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi avahi-daemon[309]: avahi-daemon 0.7 exiting.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping CUPS Scheduler…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi ModemManager[312]: <info> Caught signal, shutting down…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Modem Manager…
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped Daily man-db cache update.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopped target System Time Synchronized.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Removed slice system-systemd\x2dcoredump.slice.
    Feb 24 22:07:51 compi systemd[1]: Stopping Daemon for power management…

  • @shurkan2 said in System crashes and goes back to login:

    compi kernel: perf: interrupt took too long

    cat /proc/sys/kernel/perf_cpu_time_max_percent

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  • it is set at 25 %.
    Should I change it?

  • Hi.
    No leave it. That is the default setting. Let me see what else there might be causing this issue. Stay tuned to this thread.

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  • I understand that your system is crashing after boot and since you’re using Gnome, do you have Caffeine installed.
    If you do, can you try Stay Awake?
    I doubt that, that extension would cause an immediate crash post boot but am just asking.
    Some things to consider: fan fail and over heating causing a shutdown signal.

    Other than those, we’ll continue with this then
    Feb 24 22:07:50 compi gnome-shell[4080]: JS WARNING:

    This is telling you that javascript was killed by a shutdown or javascript’s crash caused the shutdown.

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  • I don’t think it has to do something with overheating, because just know it crashed again and I had no program open.
    Also, I could not move my mouse shortly before it crashed.

    Also the crash brings me straight back to hte login screen. After I login the second time it does not crash again. (so far)

  • Here is a better log, with more system infos as well:
    https://ptpb.pw/4RLo

  • inxi --recommends
    Have a look at the log you just submitted.

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  • Also do pacman -Qi xf86-video-intel

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  • [[email protected] ~]$ title Thinkpad BIOS Update
    bash: title: Kommando nicht gefunden.
    [[email protected] ~]$ inix --recommends
    bash: inix: Kommando nicht gefunden.
    [[email protected] ~]$ inxi --recommends
    inxi will now begin checking for the programs it needs to operate. First a
    check of the main languages and tools inxi uses. Python is only for debugging
    data uploads unless Perl is missing.

    Bash version: 4.4.19(1)-release
    Gawk version: 4.2.0,
    Sed version: 4.4
    Sudo version: 1.8.22
    Python version: 3.6.4 (legacy, no longer used)
    Perl version: v5.26.1

    Test One: Required System Directories (Linux Only).
    If one of these system directories is missing, inxi cannot operate:

    /proc… Present
    /sys… Present

    All the directories are present.

    Test Two: Required Core Applications.
    If one of these applications is missing, inxi cannot operate:

    df (info: partition data)… /usr/bin/df
    gawk (info: core tool)… /usr/bin/gawk
    grep (info: string search)… /usr/bin/grep
    perl (info: debugger uploader; debugger /sys traverse)… /usr/bin/perl
    lspci (info: hardware data)… /usr/bin/lspci
    ps (info: process data)… /usr/bin/ps
    readlink… /usr/bin/readlink
    sed (info: string replace)… /usr/bin/sed
    tr (info: character replace)… /usr/bin/tr
    uname (info: kernel data)… /usr/bin/uname
    wc (info: word character count)… /usr/bin/wc

    All the applications are present.

    Test Three: Script Recommends for Graphics Features.
    NOTE: If you do not use X these do not matter (like a headless server).
    Otherwise, if one of these applications is missing, inxi will have incomplete
    output:

    glxinfo (info: -G glx info)… Missing
    xdpyinfo (info: -G multi screen resolution)… /usr/bin/xdpyinfo
    xprop (info: -S desktop data)… /usr/bin/xprop
    xrandr (info: -G single screen resolution)… /usr/bin/xrandr

    The following applications are missing from your system:

    Application: glxinfo
    To add to your system, install the proper distribution package for your
    system:
    Debian/Ubuntu: mesa-utils :: Arch Linux: mesa-demos ::
    Redhat/Fedora/Suse: glx-utils_(openSUSE_12.3_and_later_Mesa-demo-x)

    Test Four: Script Recommends for Remaining Features.
    If one of these applications is missing, inxi will have incomplete output:

    dig (info: -i wlan IP (Default))… /usr/bin/dig
    dmidecode (info: -M if no sys machine data; -m memory)… Missing
    file (info: -o unmounted file system)… /usr/bin/file
    hciconfig (info: -n -i bluetooth data-dev only-not used). Missing
    hddtemp (info: -Dx show hdd temp)… Missing
    ifconfig (info: -i ip lan-deprecated)… /usr/bin/ifconfig
    ip (info: -i ip lan)… /usr/bin/ip
    sensors (info: -s sensors output)… /usr/bin/sensors
    strings (info: -I sysvinit version)… /usr/bin/strings
    lsusb (info: -A usb audio;-N usb networking)… /usr/bin/lsusb
    modinfo (info: -Ax,-Nx module version)… /usr/bin/modinfo
    runlevel (info: -I runlevel)… /usr/bin/runlevel
    sudo (info: -Dx hddtemp-user;-o file-user)… /usr/bin/sudo
    tree (info: [email protected][1-5] debugger sys tree)… Missing
    uptime (info: -I uptime (check which package owns Debian)) /usr/bin/uptime

    The following applications are missing from your system:

    Application: dmidecode
    To add to your system, install the proper distribution package for your
    system:
    Debian/Ubuntu: dmidecode :: Arch Linux: dmidecode ::
    Redhat/Fedora/Suse: dmidecode

    Application: hciconfig
    To add to your system, install the proper distribution package for your
    system:
    Debian/Ubuntu: bluez :: Arch Linux: bluez-utils ::
    Redhat/Fedora/Suse: bluez-utils

    Application: hddtemp
    To add to your system, install the proper distribution package for your
    system:
    Debian/Ubuntu: hddtemp :: Arch Linux: hddtemp :: Redhat/Fedora/Suse: hddtemp

    Application: tree
    To add to your system, install the proper distribution package for your
    system:
    Debian/Ubuntu: tree :: Arch Linux: tree :: Redhat/Fedora/Suse: tree

    Test Five: Script Recommends for Remaining Features.
    One of these downloaders needed for options -i/-w/-W (-U/-! [11-15], if
    supported):

    curl (info: -i wan ip;-w/-W;-U/-! [11-15] [Default|OR])… /usr/bin/curl
    wget (info: -i wan ip;-w/-W;-U/-! [11-15] [OR])… /usr/bin/wget
    perl (info: -i wan ip;-w/-W;-U/-! [11-15] [Module HTTP::Tiny]) /usr/bin/perl

    All the applications are present.

    Test Six: System Directories for Various Information.
    (Unless otherwise noted, these are for GNU/Linux systems)
    If one of these directories is missing, inxi may have incomplete output:

    /sys/class/dmi/id (info: -M system, motherboard, bios)… Present
    /dev (info: -l,-u,-o,-p,-P,-D disk partition data)… Present
    /dev/disk/by-label (info: -l,-o,-p,-P partition labels)… Present
    /dev/disk/by-uuid (info: -u,-o,-p,-P partition uuid)… Present

    All the directories are present.

    Test Seven: System Files for Various Information.
    (Unless otherwise noted, these are for GNU/Linux systems)
    If one of these files is missing, inxi may have incomplete output:

    /proc/asound/cards (info: -A sound card data)… Present
    /proc/asound/version (info: -A ALSA data)… Present
    /proc/cpuinfo (info: -C cpu data)… Present
    /etc/lsb-release (info: -S distro version data [deprecated]) Missing
    /proc/mdstat (info: -R mdraid data)… Missing
    /proc/meminfo (info: -I memory data)… Present
    /etc/os-release (info: -S distro version data)… Present
    /proc/partitions (info: -p,-P partitions data)… Present
    /proc/modules (info: -G module data)… Present
    /proc/mounts (info: -P,-p partition advanced data)… Present
    /var/run/dmesg.boot (info: -D,-d disk data [BSD only])… Missing
    /proc/scsi/scsi (info: -D Advanced hard disk data [used rarely]) Present
    /var/log/Xorg.0.log (info: -G graphics driver load status) Present

    The following files are missing from your system:
    File: /etc/lsb-release
    File: /proc/mdstat
    File: /var/run/dmesg.boot

    All tests completed.
    [[email protected] ~]$

  • Hi. Ok. never mind the inxi --reccommends those apps/ scripts are optional.
    Not necessary.
    Same with other stuff like dmidecode and others.

    In that second log you had a link for, I don’t know what to tell you.
    There’s a few JS WARNING listed there.
    I’m still wondering that these are adding to your crashing right on bootup.

    I’m hoping that you’ve done some research on this as well, because it’s definitely time consuming.
    Honestly, I spend about an hour or so just Googling and using my own knowledge base for this.
    .
    I’ll help you out as far as my knowledge base is able to carry me in this.

    Also, can you please use the correct coding for your output.
    There’s a forum that specifically describes on how to use tags.
    Using tags makes reading the output a lot better with less scrolling to do.

    I’ll spend some more time on this afterwards.

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  • Okay, I updated my BIOS and am now reinstalling Antergos, as it was a new installation this might be the easiest way.
    Hopefully this fixed the issue. I will see later.

    Thanks for your help so far, I will keep you updated.

  • Hi.
    Ok. I’m a tad bit confused.
    You updated your BIOS to stop your machine from crashing? Those are just instructions for your firmware. I can that understand that it gives instructions for booting but I"m unsure about the crashing part.

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