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Re: Reboot server



On Wed, Sep 11, 2002 at 03:11:57PM -0400, ebinc wrote:
> Hi does anyone know the remote comand to reboot Red Hat 7.2 server

  # shutdown -t 3 -r now

Or:

  # shutdown -t 3 -r 5

Shuts down in 5-minutes, giving users notice and time to save work and
logout.


In both cases the "-t 3" seems a good idea, it gives processes a 3
second warning that they are about to be terminated.  It doesn't seem
to slow things down detactably (I think they all chare the same 3
second grace period).

The "-r" means reboot.  A "-h" would mean halt (power off).

For more details do:

  $ man shutdown


-kb





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