This is a discussion on Re: 6.3-p5 watchdog timer not being disabled - FreeBSD ; Le Fri, 10 Oct 2008 09:08:47 -0400, Stephen Clark a écrit : > >> On both of the above platforms this does not work and the platforms > >> reboot when watchdogd is killed with a kill pid, > >> ...
Le Fri, 10 Oct 2008 09:08:47 -0400,
a écrit :
> >> On both of the above platforms this does not work and the platforms
> >> reboot when watchdogd is killed with a kill pid,
> >> after the timeout value (-t) that had been specified to watchdogd
> >> when starting it has elapsed.
> >> t
> >> Am I misunderstanding how this is suppose to work?
> > No, i have tested on my net5501 on freebsd-current. It works.
> > Can you try with watchdog -d -t
> You are correct if I kill watchdogd then run watchdog -t 0 the box
> does not reboot. The problem is the with the watchdogd program if it
> is killed with a sigtint or sigterm it is suppose to disable the
> watchdog timer and exit. It is not appear to be disabling the timer,
> because my box is rebooting.
It works fine for me on Current, I don't know why this don't work on
RELENG_6. The code of watchdogd looks to be the same.
Sorry, i can't help more.
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