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No you can't specify a date at the shutdown command but two alternatives exist: The easiest is to use the at command: echo "shutdown -r now" | at 10am Jul 31 but if you don't mind using you calculator and want to shutdown in say 24hours (24*60=1440): shutdown -r +1440
Basically this logging is triggered if the CPU scheduler hasn't switched to the process in the given amount of time, with a couple of exceptions. I don't clearly understand the exceptions; FWIW the comments on the cases in the code are: Also, skip vfork and any other user process that freezer should skip. Also, when a freshly created task is scheduled ...
If a process is doing a lot of memory IO, then that will translate into using a lot of cpu time, so the scheduler will account for it, indirectly.
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