Filewatcher File Search File Search
Catalog
Content Search
» » » » » »

watchdog

Software and/or Hardware watchdog daemon

The watchdog program can be used as a powerful software watchdog daemon or may be alternately used with a hardware watchdog device such as the IPMI hardware watchdog driver interface to a resident Baseboard Management Controller (BMC). watchdog periodically writes to /dev/watchdog; the interval between writes to /dev/watchdog is configurable through settings in the watchdog sysconfig file. This configuration file is also used to set the watchdog to be used as a hardware watchdog instead of its default software watchdog operation. In either case, if the device is open but not written to within the configured time period, the watchdog timer expiration will trigger a machine reboot. When operating as a software watchdog, the ability to reboot will depend on the state of the machine and interrupts. When operating as a hardware watchdog, the machine will experience a hard reset (or whatever action was configured to be taken upon watchdog timer expiration) initiated by the BMC.
Homepage:
Package version:5.6
Architecture:x86_64
Distribution:CentOS
Filename:watchdog-5.6-1.el5.x86_64.rpm

/usr/share/doc/watchdog-5.6/README

Watchdog is a daemon that checks if your system is still working. If
programs in user space are not longer executed it will reboot the system.
However, this will not always work.

From the kernel:

>	Watchdog Timer Interfaces For The Linux Operating System
>
>		Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk>
>
>	    Custom Linux Driver And Program Development
>
>[...]
>
>All four interfaces provide /dev/watch
more»

/usr/share/doc/watchdog-5.6/README.watchdog.ipmi

Instructions for how to set up the watchdog daemon to work with IPMI's hardware watchdog
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

First, verify that the ipmitool utility is present on the system to allow
the watchdog timer to be turned off via the command line (which ipmitool).
This will allow the hardware watchdog timer to be turned off gracefully
more»

/usr/share/doc/watchdog-5.6/examples/README

I'd like to provide better scripts with watchdog. So if you use your own
script/binary to test the state of your system resp. to act as repair
script, please mail me a copy so I can include it here.

Michael
<meskes@debian.org>

/usr/share/doc/watchdog-5.6/NEWS

See ChangeLog for infos about the latest changes.

Michael

/usr/share/man/man5/watchdog.conf.5.gz

WATCHDOG.CONF(5)                                    WATCHDOG.CONF(5)



NAME
       watchdog.conf - 
more»

/usr/share/man/man8/watchdog.8.gz

WATCHDOG(8)                                              WATCHDOG(8)



NAME
       watchdog - a sof
more»

/usr/share/man/man8/wd_keepalive.8.gz

WD_KEEPALIVE(8)                                      WD_KEEPALIVE(8)



NAME
       wd_keepalive - a
more»

/usr/share/doc/watchdog-5.6/ChangeLog

Fri Feb 23 13:26:14 MET 1996

	- Watchdog 1.0 released.

Tue Mar  5 09:11:34 MET 1996

	- Fixed two 
more»

Browse inside watchdog-5.6-1.el5.x86_64.rpm

         [DIR]etc/ (3)  65535+ mirrors
1.53 KB2014-11-28HEADER  view  18 mirrors
         [DIR]usr/ (2)  65535+ mirrors

Download watchdog-5.6-1.el5.x86_64.rpm

Results 1 - 1 of 1
Help - FTP Sites List - Software Dir.
Search over 15 billion files
© 1997-2016 FileWatcher.com