Hi, I'm trying to reboot s6-based qemu system  and it seems to hang at around s6-rc -ad change stage. Could anyone please point out why it can't proceed to reboot, maybe I'm doing something wrong?
The system runs with s6-svscan as pid 1. I log in and initiate reboot with s6-svscanctl -i /run/service This results in s6-svc: fatal: unable to control /run/service/s6-svscan-log: supervisor not listening Shutting down system. Syncing disks. but I still have my sh, and I can see with ps that all s6-supervise have been killed except for s6-supervise getty. By this point ps shows pid 1 as foreground s6-rc -ad change foreground s6-echo Performing reboot. s6-reboot and it does not seem to proceed any further. Killing sh, getty or its supervisor does not help. Same with halt and poweroff. The init script in that system is custom/board/common/overlay/s6-init/sbin/init and reboot script is custom/board/common/overlay/s6-init/etc/rc.shutdown  https://github.com/elebihan/buildroot-s6