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On an Rpi 3 model B V1.2, I changed the OTP to boot from usb device like here.

It works as it should but if I issue a "sudo reboot now" command, the computer shuts down but doesn"t reboot. If power cycle, it boots again.

What should I do?

Update with info from comments:
In facts, sometimes it reboots, sometimes no. I wonder if it could be a temperature issue.

This is a clean lite version of the os. On usb ports, I have a wired keyboard and an ssd to boot on. I also tried adding a "timeout" file on the SD, like suggested in the link in the original post. Power supply is a rpi original.

The system rebooted correctly with the sd AND the USB drive when system was on the sd.

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  • The now is redundant and ignored in reboot. What happens if you try sudo shutdown -r? The pi should reboot in a minutes time. – user115418 Jul 7 '20 at 17:30
  • It shuts down. No reboot. – Julien Jul 7 '20 at 19:32
  • Can you try with a clean Lite version of the OS with nothing in the USB? It could be a start up power issue - what do you have plugged in and what is the power supply you are using? – user115418 Jul 7 '20 at 20:52
  • this is a clean lite version of the os. On usb ports, I have a wired keyboard and an ssd to boot on. I also tried adding a "timeout" file on the SD, like suggested in the link in the original post. – Julien Jul 8 '20 at 6:12
  • Power supply is a rpi original. – Julien Jul 8 '20 at 6:47

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