i have several fedora computers, one of them is hanging while rebooting for what you call “offline” updates it reaches 97% and get stuck for ever .
i read you could reboot and then run
journalctl with some special filter to check the logs and see what is the reason for it to get stuck .
so my question is, why not allow showing more verbosity already when the updates are being performed ?
i am really baffled as to why you limit the displayed information for percentage progress bar .
and then you show strange message about “a stop job is running … with time limit until it would stop”, but sometimes there is no time limit and that “stop job” runs forever .
if you run “dnf update” then you sure see lots of usefull information, then again why the “offline /reboot update” is only limited to percentage progress bar .
this is really very frustrating, the computer with the problem belong to my parents and i need to remember when visiting them again to check journalctl for reasons that update gets stuck .