On Friday 10 August 2001 05:19 pm, Axel Thimm wrote:
> How can I reboot a stuck machine remotely, when there are
> uninterruptable processes arround? shutdown -r, reboot [-n] [-f],
> telinit 6 do not give the intended results. Localy I can use
> Alt-SysRq-S/U/B, but what if I still have a remote ssh connection and
> don't want to have to get to the machines location?
> Of course the real problem are the processes themselves, but being able
> to revive a machine is also nice ;)
> Regards, Axel.
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