TX2 never shuts down after flash

So, I’ve been having some issues on JetPack 4.5.1 regarding having an ethernet connection TX2 Crashing due to Ethernet Connection, and updated our other Jetson TX2 development kit to 4.6. That has yet to fix the previous issue, but another issue has arisen.

The TX2 never shuts down after sudo shutdown now. It instead reboots, and the only way to actually shut it down is to hold down the power button for several seconds. This issue was not there on the TX2 with JetPack 4.5.1.

Please dump the log from uart when you run sudo shutdown now.

Here it is. I booted the system up, typed in sudo shutdown now when I could, and then it rebooted. I then powered it off from the power button the next time it was fully up.

updated.cap (47.7 KB)

How about with:
sudo shutdown -h now
(not sure if you passed the “halt” argument before)

Hi mircea.claudiu.01,

We can’t reproduce your issue on JP-4.6/TX2.
The device can shutdown success without problem.

$ sudo shutdown now
[150054.365501] systemd-shutdow: 38 output lines suppressed due to ratelimiting
[150054.769641] CPU3: shutdown
[150054.805604] CPU4: shutdown
[150054.829613] CPU5: shutdown
[150054.833633] reboot: Power down

Please make sure it is not TX2i or TX2-4GB.

I was unaware of this issue regarding the TX2i specifically. I had initially thought it would have similar behaviour to the TX2.

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