`Shutdown now` goes to single user mode? Paused Start time
Hey, just recently I went to move my server computer and did a 'shutdown now' to turn it off and I got into single user mode!
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root@daveserv:~$ shutdown now
shutdown: [pid 169]
*** FINAL System shutdown message from root@daveserv ***
System going down IMMEDIATELY
System shutdown time has arrived
Shutting down daemon processes: mysqld.
Saving firewall state tables:.
Enter full pathname of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh:
And now I'm stuck with a shell!? Why does this happen? I've had this happen on my RedHat box before (Now running FreeBSD).. Is it because I left SSH open for an hour? (Never had my SSH open on RedHat, I only allow one user to access it, no direct root access and strong passwords)
Also this happens when booting:
Initial rc.i386 initialization:.
Configuring syscons: blanktime.
Additional ABI support:.
Local package initialization: HERE
Where I wrote 'here' in bold, I also have to press Ctrl+C to get it going otherwise it sits and waits there.. Never had to do that before...
Any help is GREATELY APPERICATED!!