If you are interested, this is what Linux does for that bit: Judging by the information previously existed some kind of demon for x64 platforms. In the case of a legacy BIOS boot, it is not enough: Comment 18 Andriy Gapon Could you please test the patch that I am attaching and see if it doesn’t cause any regressions comparing to your patch? Again, this is all required only for legacy boot:
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First of all, I have not implemented the functionality required to clear the no-reboot bit. Also, the document says that the wdt can be disabled by software – so for good reliability you may consider an external watchdog instead.
In the watchdog daemon source code we can see that the log message we recieved above was from here:. Resource allocation is hard.
What is this about? My hardware seems to be a culprit.
If the system performs a successful reboot as if the reset button had been pressedcongratulations! Comment 14 Dries Michiels I’ll try and schedule some off air time and look at the target system soon. Sign in to vote.
Hardware Watchdog API (Intel Watchdog Timer)
No hard disk drives itcoo required. Home New Browse Search [? The no-reboot bit was not set on my test hardware, so I decided to leave its handling for the later time. I went with watchdog because it had a series of inbuilt checks, such as:.
Remove From My Forums. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Comment 19 Andriy Gapon If you are interested, this is what Linux does for that bit: On the other hand, with jntel without my new patch, ThinkPad now reboots successfully upon watchdog timeout. There are references to a device itck on many ‘what is this file’ website eg: The Linux test detail is described in the following page.
This will cause the watchdog to start counting down.
Hardware watchdog | Alex Louden
Again, this is all required only for legacy boot: Please report a success to me. You may be right that a separate hardware module might offer a solution, there are certainly some available it just seems a shame to buy stuff when the chipset can already so what I need: Why did Intel pull an SDK that might have been useful.? Systemd has one that your systemd services can integrate with – if your ltco fail then the hardware watchdog will stop being reset.
Tell me, please, did anyone manage to find or write the OS boot watchdog timer driver?
I used the heartbeat-file to monitor the heartbeat with Telegraf:. If all three appear, the watchdog was correctly detected. Wednesday, March 14, 5: Click on the Ubuntu logo at the top left. Mon Oct 22 Please write to me if you perform this test: Sunday, November 29, tiimer Judging by the information previously existed some kind of demon for x64 platforms.