Is it possible to interactively skip the 90s timeout in systemd? For example, when it is waiting for a disk to become available or user to log out? I know it will fail eventually, so can I just make it fail now? I hate just staring at the screen helplessly.
You have two options:
You can set
TimeoutStopSpec=on a specific UNIT to a specific value (in seconds*) to wait. You can also set it to
infinityin which case SIGKILL will never be sent (not recommended as you may end up with runaway services that are hard to debug).
user.conf, or in one of the
*.ddirectories) to a default value that all UNITs that do not have
TimeoutStopSpec=specified will use. The deafult for this setting is the 90s you normally see.
Man page references:
* systemd also accepts time specs, e.g. "2min 3s". That's extensively described in the man.
It is not possible. Systemd is noninteractive.
You can uncomment in
/etc/systemd/system.conf the lines:
And change the value to what you consider appropriate.