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How to disable the high priority publish option in SDL Tridion Do Morpheus and his crew kill potential Ones? Hmm... > This happens on every upgrade since postinst calls `watchdog restart' as > well. Go SF 49ers! Thank you!
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This will be fixed as soon as possible, so kindly reload in a minute and things should be back to normal. ← Go Back Support Status Twitter To get more information you have to start watchdog itself. Copy sent to Michael Meskes
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After this, the sbd resource was able to properly connect to /dev/watchdog and that enabled the STONITH device to properly function inside the environment. Not the answer you're looking for? I'm currently setting up another Box - an Intel SSR212MC2 which is showing similar behaviour with this ipmi_watchdog module. I am currently not running the watchdog daemon (on purpose), which runs a number of checks then kicks the dog, /dev/watchdog at intervals.
Forca Barca! http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/37835/raspbian-watchdog-fails-at-boot Now the module loads at startup. They used a hardware watchdog which they created themselves and connects to the parallel port. Maybe it was too early in the boot sequence?
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Document ID:7008216Creation Date:28-MAR-11Modified Date:27-APR-12SUSESUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability ExtensionSUSE Linux Enterprise Server Did this document solve your problem? Anyway, I just uploaded a fixed version. My application used extensive CPU time. navigate here What happens if you not start watchdog in the boot process but instead start it manually once the system is completely booted?
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So please give me a hint. Could you please try with verbose on and send me the log entries? Acknowledgement sent to Michael Meskes
I'm not that familiar with kernel modules, devices and watchdogs. Copy sent to Michael Meskes
Unless you use this you can start it very early, at about the time wd_keepalive is started. If you have further comments please address them to [email protected], and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate. Many Thanks, Tim. Acknowledgement sent to Michael Meskes
This incident will be reported Can Egyptian citizen visit Armenia on valid USA visa? In the watchdog API says that '..the driver will not disable the watchdog unless a specific magic character 'V' has been sent to /dev/watchdog just before closing the file.' but then What now? Why is Professor Lewin correct regarding dimensional analysis, and I'm not?