Friday, March 28, 2008

Manage Debian Linux SysRq over network Using sysrqd

Sysrqd is a tiny daemon aiming to control sysrq over network.SysRq stands for System Request, and this are functions mapped to keyboard shortcuts by the kernel. You can use them by pressing Alt+SysRq+[key] (SysRq might be named “Print Screen” on your keyboard),Permits to execute usual SysRq commands by network, like: sync, umount, reboot, poweroff, sak, term, etc. where key can be s (sync), k (sak), 0 to 9 (logging level), b (reboot), etc. read more...

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