(BSD System Compatibility)
(BSD) restart the operating system
/usr/ucb/reboot [-dlnq] [boot arguments]
restarts the kernel.
The kernel is loaded into memory by the
monitor, which transfers control to it.
can be run by the privileged user at any time,
is normally used first to warn all users logged in of the
impending loss of service.
operation on the disks, and then a multiuser reboot is initiated.
Executing reboot -l
logs the reboot to the system log daemon,
and places a shutdown record in the login accounting file
These actions are inhibited if the
options are present.
Dump system core before rebooting.
This option is provided for compatibility, but is not
supported by the underlying
Logs a message to the system log indicating who rebooted the system.
It can be used if a disk or the processor is on fire.
Reboots quickly and ungracefully, without first shutting down
These arguments are accepted for compatibility,
but are ignored by
Power fail and crash recovery
Normally, the system will reboot itself at power-up or after crashes.
login accounting file
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004