Status and control tool for watchdogd
[clear] [disable | enable]
provides a safe way of querying status
- Reset reason codes for fail command:
Codes can also be listed at runtime with: -c
- System OK
- PID failed subscribing
- PID failed kick
- PID failed unsubscribing
- PID failed to meet its deadline
- Forced reset
- Failed, unknown
- File descriptor leak
- Memory leak
- CPU overload
- Show help message.
- PID to use for fail and reset command.
- Enable verbose mode, otherwise commands are silent.
- Show version information.
Short forms of the below commands are allowed, as long as it is unique.
- Clear reset reason.
- Show reset counter, number of reboots since power-on.
- Toggle daemon debug log level. See also the
- Temporarily disable, or enable, daemon.
- Adjust daemon log level: none, err, warn,
notice, info, debug.
- Reload daemon configuration file, like sending SIGHUP, but
the command does not return until watchdogd
- Alias to reset.
- Perform system reset, with an optional millisecond delay
and an optional message to be stored as the reset reason label (usually
process name). A zero MSEC argument is
the same as omitting the argument, leading to an immediate reset. On
watchdogd will ask Finit to do an orderly
shutdown (stop services, sync and unmount all file systems) before
performing the WDT reset.
- Like the reset command,
records reset reason (see above -c
-CODE) but does not reboot unless
MSEC is given. I.e., omitting the
MSEC argument does not have the same
effect as in the reset command.
- Query status of daemon and show last reset reason, default
- Run built-in tests of process supervisor functionality in
daemon. These tests can be disabled at build time, so they may not be
available in the installed watchdogctl. The
default test, if none is selected, runs the complete cycle. You may want
to run these tests with the --verbose option
to enable output.
- Show program version.
- Daemon configuration file. Read once when starting up and
on SIGHUP or reload command.
- Read to present WDT status and reset reason
- Used to connect to
is an improved version of the original,
created by Michele d'Amico and adapted to uClinux-dist by Mike Frysinger. It
is maintained by Joachim Wiberg at