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Questions tagged [reboot]

rebooting is the process of bringing down a system in a state where it will complete reinitialise, without removing power from the system. Use this tag for question related to problems with being able to reboot a system. For problems booting into a particular installed OS, use the appropriate ...

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Plasma 5 - shutting down kills apps

I'm using KDE/Plasma for several years now and I always had a problem with shutting down but it's just now it started to annoy me. The problem is that when I shutdown my laptop (with Plasma shutdown ...
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Linux mint won't boot properly [closed]

I erased my MacBook Pro iOS software and replaced it with Linux Mint.  Yesterday I open my laptop today and it doesn't want too boot and I have no idea what this is. This is what happened after I ...
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Is there a daemon that would reboot node on freeze?

So my RPi alike Linux node freezes into an Uninterruptible sleep or from a user stand point dies till manual power off/on. I wonder if there is a daemon that would reboot node on such freezing ...
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How can I ssh into multiple password protected machines to reboot them?

I'm trying to write a bash script to reboot multiple machines via ssh that are all password protected. I have all the IPs listed in a .txt file and want the script to read the IPs from there. I've ...
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ACPI Shutdown works but not Reboot

I had originally thought that ACPI was not working on my system at all, but discovered that while a Shutdown operation successfully powers down the system, a Reboot operation will reach the Restarting ...
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Which logs to look when kernel reboots because of panic?

I wish to set kernel.panic=1 and kernel.panic_on_oops=1. Is there any log I can check before/after reboot, which will indicate that the reboot was because of a kernel panic?
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Designing a system with the option to switch to recovery mode remotely

Background: I am managing a remote Arch Linux system, I've originally setup but now it's XFS root file-system has become corrupted at certain locations. In order to fix it, I will need to boot for a ...
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How to reboot a frozen linux unit

There is a PROD unit with Mindspeed c2000 and Linux(3.2.54) on it. It offers many services like SSH, LAN(connecting to back-end), 3G etc. At certain times the unit goes into freeze mode and no way to ...
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How to run a “Keep NumLock always on” command in Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon on each reboot / re-login?

In an answer of my question on Code Review: Keep NumLock always on in Linux (C++), I am pointed to the right solution for this problem, that being a command: setxkbmap -option numpad:mac which ...
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How to set cronjob or unit file to run after reboot

I have created cronjob as @reboot root sleep 75 && firefox but then I test it, but it didn't work. In /var/spool/mail/root it shows me this what I want to archive is after every reboot I ...
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dnsmasq not working after reboot

After rebooting, dnsmasq service is running, but does not respond to remote requests (trying using "dig @10.0.0.1 stackexchange.com" from another machine). The log looks good in my opinion: Aug 11 17:...
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Reboot sometimes hangs [closed]

My machine sometimes does not properly reboot. I am not sure what triggers it to work or not work. It happens sometimes both during automatic reboots when unattended-upgrades tries to reboot as well ...
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How exactly a 'shutdown -h' “HALT” differ from “normal shutdown” in linux [duplicate]

Suppose I have 20 process/deqamons running in my linux system, How different the HALT will have an effect on my process/deamons, when compared to a normal shutdown.., *Note: I need to understand.....
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Reboot over ssh

I'm trying to reboot a Teltonika RTU950 using ssh. I can log in as root via ssh and then reboot the router fine. However if i try to send the reboot command over ssh it does not work. ssh root@...
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Lubuntu: reboot-log-entries don´t seem to be correct

I´ve recently taken a look at my reboot-logs with last -x | grep reboot : reboot system boot 4.4.0-134-generi Tue Aug 28 12:20 still running reboot system boot 4.4.0-134-generi Mon Aug 27 14:...
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Any way to prevent computer from rebooting

I am trying to create an environment on my computer where it simply never receives updates or it might receive updates but still never reboot on its own. My question is can I achieve this on any ...
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CentOS 7 reboot error getting authority?

I'm trying to reboot the CentOS 7 after yum update, and getting the following error when I run sudo reboot. Error getting authority: Error initializing authority: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus....
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Running script at shutdown and reboot to prevent chromium session loss

I'm running Ubuntu 18.04.1 and I'm trying to create a script that shuts down Chromium properly before shutting down the system so that it doesn't give me "restore session" popup after booting. I ...
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wget saving files as emply plain text files on boot

I have a bash script in crontab that runs @reboot: The script itself contains a wget command to pull and download a file from the internet When I run my script after signing in and opening the ...
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How does systemd stop services that don't have a unit file

Systemd can inherit orphaned processes, and there are other ways a service can be running without having a unit file for the given service. I want to know what the catch-all is for services that don'...
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Remote reboot for a fedora 27 machine with luks encryption

I run Fedora 27 on a pc, that mainly runs scripts for my work. In the beginning I was using it as my workstation so I chose full disk encryption while installing. But now the encryption serves no use ...
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Is reboot -f a safe way to cold-reboot?

On the machine I'm currently at, sudo reboot will only give me a warm reboot. Is sudo reboot -f a safe way to do a cold reboot (through BIOS)? I'm booting through MBR, not EFI and I'm using upstart (...
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Do we need to reboot RHEL Servers, after making changes for control-alt-delete override? [closed]

We are planning on disabling the RHEL Server reboot triggered by control-alt-delete. for which we are going to follow the Steps mentioned here. However, that link does not say whether we need to ...
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How to umount /var /usr safely on systemd without reboot

I have a Linux server on a VM which the reboot does work as powering off due to misconfiguration of a third part provider. I do not have access to VM configuration. The person who installed the ...
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System Reboot or shutdown in terminal prompts for retry after closing inhibitors and logging out other users

I was trying to shutdown or reboot my system given as a BYOD by organization for which I work. So, far I have tried this : And as you can see, each time I get this error : User root is logged in on ...
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Spontaneous turning off after reboot from Windows

How should I troubleshoot spontaneous turn off of my notebook running Debian Stretch? What happens: Boot to Windows (dual boot system with windows and Debian on separate drives) Reboot Boot into ...
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How to set ansible playbook to reboot servers

I want to be able to write one playbook to update all my servers in different environments - stage and prod. I do not want to reboot these servers every time there is an update to the kernel, I only ...
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3 Questions about having to do a hard shutdown and reboot

When I attempt to do a soft reboot or shutdown, the display hangs and the system is unresponsive for an inordinate amount of time. I therefore have to shutdown or reboot my setup by holding the power ...
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Waking up from hibernate-disk reboots the laptop

I recently upgraded Debian Jessie to Stretch and noticed that hibernation is possible to do, but booting the laptop afterwards tries to load the saved state and then reboots afterwards. I did not ...
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Is it possible to declare a regulator in the device tree that can power down the system

If I have, for example, a fixed-regulator declared in my device tree, how can I request Linux to call the disable function after shutting down? Note, I use a custom regulator driver (not fixed-...
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Systemd watchdog kills services after changing system time manually

I have been investigating to fix what appears to be a problem with systemd watchdog but with no success. I have a bunch of services that are of Type=notify. If the system time is set backwards, every ...
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unix throws error “sh: mntroot: not found” when doing sshpass with @host command, how to solve this?

My requirement : i want to pass some commands with sshpass command. ex 1: sshpass -p 'sshpass' ssh -oKexAlgorithms******* user@host touch /mnt/us/pass above sshpass example works perfectly. ex 2: ...
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Reboot is not working

I have the VM running with ubuntu(14.04.4). Sometimes, I just want to restart the VM by reboot command. When I execute the command, it prompts "success" but nothing happened. I checked the syslog, no ...
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My machine always reboot into the GRUB prompt instead of GRUB menu

I got a problem that is after rebooting grub CLI always appears instead of grub menu. For me the problem is not being unable to boot into any kernels (it is simple: type exit and enter twice do the ...
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fsck not performed during boot in spite fstab configured correctly

today we notice about very strange issue the following partition ( from /etc/fstab) defined with "2" in the end of the line that means that fsck will be activate during boot since the data on that ...
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Crontab job to restart application services after reboot of server

I have several applications that weren't configured to start up automatically. I am trying to figure out a way for those services to start up automatically after a reboot. Eg. This is one command ...
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systemd reboot threshold limit

Related: Limit system reboot burst I'm working for a commercial product that runs a camera service. This service is critical for the normal functionality of the system. So far, it is going good and I'...
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How to Force fsck for all other non-root partitions

We have the following disks and there mount point: /dev/sdb /appTdb/sdc ext4 defaults,noatime 0 0 /dev/sdc /appTdb/sdd ext4 defaults,noatime 0 0 /dev/sdd /appTdb/sde ext4 defaults,noatime 0 0 /dev/...
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how to know why Linux redhat machine performed reboot

we have cluster with redhat machines version 7.2 on pluto05 machine we saw that machine rebooted before one day uptime 13:51:06 up 1 day, 1:46, 2 users, load average: 0.30, 0.14, 0.08 and from ...
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Are runlevels 0 and 6 a result or a transition?

The runlevels 0 and 6 have the meaning of shutting down or rebooting the system. If I enter the command init 0, the system will shut down as a result. However my question is if the system is ...
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Output of cron on the ssh shell ?

OS: Centos 7 | Shell: Bash | Virtual Machine: Virtualbox I have created a short script to check few servers on startup of my application and need to run this on every reboot. I have configured the ...
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Any difference between a reboot vs. shutdown/restart on AIX?

Is a reboot functionally different than performing a shutdown/restart on AIX servers? If they are the same, why are the timestamps different between the 'last system boot' and 'last reboot'? $ who -...
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Is /var/run/reboot-required a reliable indicator of a needed reboot?

After updating two Ubuntu 16.04 servers with an update that did not include the kernel, but did include packages systemd and systemd-sysv, I checked the following file: ls -la /var/run/reboot-...
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What differences it will make, if i use “telinit 6” instead of “reboot” command to restart my computer? [duplicate]

I am trying to understand Run Levels in Unix, I found Runlevel 6 is state of reboot. So I tried to switch to run level 6 using the command telinit 6 and it worked same as reboot on my computer. I am ...
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Centos 7 auto reboot every 12 days

Background HW & OS Specs. Dell Edge R440, Model: E45S Memory: 64GB ecc DDR4 2400Mhz. 2 10 core Intel(R) Xeon(R) Silver 4114 CPU@2.20 GHz 2 1TB SATA Disks in RAID Mode. The OS is: cat /etc/...
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GlusterFS peer rejected and no data replication following reboot

I'm experimenting with glusterfs on ubuntu16.04. Setup consists of: Gluster-server node1: ubuntu16-2 Gluster-server node2: ubuntu16-3 Gluster-client: ubuntu16-1 I've setup a gluster volume named '...
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“shutdown -r” works but “reboot” does not

Fresh install of Centos 7 KDE kernel: 3.10.0-693.21.1.el7.x86_64 After I do a yum update to update all of the packages, reboot no longer works. I tried to track the problem with no avail. For fun, I ...
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How to power off normally after Debian crashed?

The keyboard did not work, but worked after I pressed Alt+SysRq+R. Then I pressed Alt+SysRq+B, and the computer did not reboot. What else can I do? I have found Ctrl+Alt+Delete will reboot the ...
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Is it possible to reload lvm.conf without reboot?

I enabled issue_discards in lvm.conf file on machine with ssd and I'd like to perform blkdiscard on one of logical volumes. Can i do that without rebooting machine? I'm able to unmount physical volume ...
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Ask before executing 'reboot'?

I frequently (all day every day) have a minicom terminal tab open and execute commands on an embedded Linux system from my Ubuntu laptop. Sometimes I have to execute the reboot command, and sometimes,...