> > hm, I don't think, that watchdog will catch this, because the
> > userspace-watchdog daemon will still be running properly in a crash
> > case (or did I understand something wrong?)
> Unless you configure it to stat your filesystems, like in:
> watchdog-device = /dev/misc/watchdog
> realtime = yes
> priority = 99
> admin =
> file = /
> file = /var
> file = /usr
Yes that's true. I didn't remember this option.
With this, watchdog would be a solution of russel's problem,
without writing some kernel-error-handling for it.
Regards Michael Buesch.
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