Fedora 19: GNOME Shell Crashes on Full Restore


Fedora 19: GNOME Shell Crashes on Full Restore



To explain why a client running GNOME may crash with an error message during a full restore.


When a full restore of a client running GNOME Shell is performed, the desktop environment may crash with the following message displayed:
Oh no!  Something has gone wrong.  A problem has occurred and the system can't recover.  Please log out and try again.
This occurs when GNOME Shell attempts to access certain resources while they are being restored, causing the desktop environment to hang and then crash.  The data will continue to restore successfully in the background during this time.  The restore should be allowed to complete and then the client should be restarted.  The restored system will be in a stable state.

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