> From: Al Chu <ch...@llnl.gov>

> 
> Hey Won,
> 
> On Tue, 2009-01-27 at 17:43 -0800, Won De Erick wrote:
> > #bmc-watchdog -d -u 4 -p 0 -n -i 300 -l 0
> 
> what is output from bmc-watchdog --get?  You don't define a BMC action
> (i.e. power cycle, power down, do nothing), so it depends on what the
> default action is on that system.
> 

# bmc-watchdog --get
Timer Use:                   SMS/OS
Timer:                       Running
Logging:                     Enabled
Timeout Action:              Hard Reset
Pre-Timeout Interrupt:       None
Pre-Timeout Interval:        1 seconds
Timer Use BIOS FRB2 Flag:    Clear
Timer Use BIOS POST Flag:    Clear
Timer Use BIOS OS Load Flag: Clear
Timer Use BIOS SMS/OS Flag:  Set
Timer Use BIOS OEM Flag:     Clear
Initial Countdown:           240 seconds
Current Countdown:           201 seconds

i just checked my script and my complete implementation was

bmc-watchdog -d -u 4 -p 0  -n -l 0  -a 1 -i 240

and not the previous one, my typo.

I think the SEL could justify that proper timeout action was invoked.

1:OEM defined = 00 00 00 00 00 E3 25 86 80 00 00 FF 00
2:OEM defined = 00 00 
00 00 00 E3 25 86 80 00 00 FF 00
3:OEM defined = 02 00 00 FF 00 00 00 00 20 
00 00 00 00
4:OEM defined = 00 00 00 00 00 E3 25 86 80 00 00 FF 
00
5:24-Jan-2009 17:09:30:Watchdog 2 Watchdog:Hard Reset
6:OEM defined = 
00 00 00 00 00 E3 25 86 80 00 00 FF 00


      



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