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Re: Reboot every 1 hour, 19 seconds



Am Dienstag, den 07.10.2008, 12:02 -0400 schrieb rgheck:
> Rodolfo Alcazar Portillo wrote:
> > could not be a cron issue, that would lead to exactly 1 hour rebooting.   
> the machine is going to reboot exactly 1 hour after it has successfully 
> started.

Damn right. Didn't noticed that. Anyway, I suppose crontab can't be,
because time shifts:

# cat /var/log/messages|grep "imklog"|cut -f 1,2,3,4 -d " "
Oct  6 04:24:27
Oct  6 04:30:41
Oct  6 05:30:58
Oct  6 06:31:17
Oct  6 07:31:38
Oct  6 08:32:30
Oct  6 09:33:13
Oct  6 10:35:13
Oct  6 11:36:37
Oct  6 12:36:58
Oct  6 13:37:14
Oct  6 14:37:33
Oct  6 15:37:52
Oct  6 16:38:09
Oct  6 17:38:27
Oct  6 18:38:43
Oct  6 19:39:01
Oct  6 20:39:20
Oct  6 21:39:38
Oct  6 22:39:56
Oct  6 23:40:12
Oct  7 00:40:31
Oct  7 01:40:49
Oct  7 02:41:06
Oct  7 03:41:24
Oct  7 04:41:46
Oct  7 05:42:00
Oct  7 06:42:19
Oct  7 07:42:39
Oct  7 08:42:54
Oct  7 09:43:13

As, I said, the problem is solved, just by saving some BIOS changes. My
motherboard has a "Wake on alarm" feature, which could be programmed 

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