On Wed, 9 Feb 2005, Niall O Broin wrote:
> I'm looking for a watchdog card. Can anyone recommend any particular
> models/suppliers? I've found one from a German company (
>http://www.quancom.de/quancom/quancom01.nsf/home_prod_eng.htm?> OpenFrameSet&Frame=unten&Src=http://www.quancom.de/qprod01/eng/pb/pwdog1.htm> ) which looks like it will do the business, so I'd particularly like to hear
> from anyone who has used that card.
Linux kernel has its own watchdog, boot with watchdog=1 or
watchdog=2, iirc. Requires local APIC iirc (P6, Athlon, Opteron).
Usually works, i've gotten panics and stack traces from machines
wedged with interrupts off using NMI watchdog.
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