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Automatically Reboot Crashed Server?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mthomas209, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. mthomas209

    mthomas209 Registered

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    Is there a way to automatically reboot a server if it crashes? I have a notification service that notifies me if things go down but then I have to manually reboot which is no good if it happens at 3am. Any suggestions on a script, program or service that will do a graceful reboot if my sites go down?
     
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    Nope, if the server has crashed then it isnt gonna manage to run a script.
     
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    Well in my case I can still access WHM so it has not totally gone down so I am guessing there is a way to do this. Are there not even any third party solutions for this?
     
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    If its only things like apache that have stoped working then cpsrvd should restart them
     
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    How do I enable this?
     
  6. abrender

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    Try adding:

    panic=15

    To the kernel parameters in your boot loader. That will instruct the kernel to reboot 15 seconds after a kernel panic.
     
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    Dear abrender,

    Would you be kind enough to let me know where I can modify the boot parameters of the kernel?

    Warmest Regards!

    PS: Do you mean modifying /etc/grub.conf ?
     
    #7 elenlace, Apr 9, 2007
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    #8 elenlace, Apr 9, 2007
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