I'm struggling with the watchdog timer (wdt) for a while. I can't get it working. My microcontroller is a AriaG25, based on the AT91SAM925. I have used this tutorial to compile the kernel. The ...
So I have a brand new Samsung laptop and recently did away with Windows! I installed Fedora 18 and all was good for a while. Recently EVERYTHING is slow as can be, Internet downloads you name it ...
I intend to write a process watchdog that runs out of cron or similar that watches all of the core processes denoting things like run state, VMstat, Inet operations and reports it to a file or ...
Supermicro main boards contain a BIOS feature named "Watch Dog Function". Having Debian 6.0.6 with kernel "Linux debian 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP" we did: Change BIOS "Watch Dog Function" from Disabled ...
After reading this question, I was a little confused; it sounds like some daemon reacting by rebooting a system. Is that right? Is it a common occurrence in embedded *nixes?
Is there a command like vi > out vi | out That I could use to cause a watchdog reset of my embedded linux device?