Re: Drive possibly not being dismounted cleanly on reboot? Reply #15 – 03 March 2018, 21:32:37 I'm not sure if we are miscommunicating here or if something else is happening.A file system that doesn't unmount cleanly, on a modern file system, will amost certainly __not__ prevent the system from rebooting. This would be true of a UEFI system, which has a seperate boot partition, or a traditional setup. The system will just clear unclosed bits on boot up. I think they will even do an fsck on a rougue file system, although I can't imagine what abuse you would need to do to the system to cause this kind of error to the point where the system won't mount or boot.Also, this is not likely an OS problem. It is likely a run away user space process problem.So you might find Artix as not ready for your purposes, but not for this reason.