October 19th, 2010 by lucas
Nice tip, I didn’t know about it.
Posted in PlanetDebian 4 Comments »
cate wrote on 10/20/10 at 9:53 am :
Abetter way is to add the kernel parameter “panic=10″ (from lilo, grup, extlinux,…), so also earlier panics are rebooted.
I use it frequently, along with lilo -R / extlinux –once, for new kernels in remote machines.
Jak při kernel panic automaticky restartovat (Debian-linux.cz) wrote on 10/20/10 at 11:33 am :
[...] Nussbaum upozornil na jednoduchý návod, který vám umožní nastavit systém tak, že v případě pádu na kernel [...]
Linux Blog » Blog Archive » Jak při kernel panic automaticky restartovat wrote on 10/20/10 at 12:24 pm :
Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer wrote on 10/26/10 at 7:04 pm :
It is good except if the problem lies in some piece of c^w hardware that doesn’t knows how to reset itslef. That happened to me with a E1 (telephony) card. Solution: bycicle the 2 km up hill up to the server, shutdown the machine and start it again.
Of course, I bought another card.
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