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    Linux Server Re-Boot

    Just to know any technical reason and in that we can convey to anyone that Linux Server could not re-boot abnormally just due to any application behaviour and becuase application user rights have very low.

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    Linux Engineer GNU-Fan's Avatar
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    Just to eloborate the said matter.. basically one my client server re-boot and according to them this is just becuase of application and as i understand it could not be possible through application.

    i want to just know, if any one know the technical reason and so i can also given to them a concrete evidence for the same. if i m right.

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    Penguin of trust elija's Avatar
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    Either at home or at work or down the pub
    The best way to see what happened to the server is to examine the logs
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    please provide me the name and location for the said logs.

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    Linux Engineer GNU-Fan's Avatar
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    Depends on your distribution, but most probably under /var/log.

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    Linux Guru bigtomrodney's Avatar
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    If the server rebooted it was most likely due to a hardware error. That's if it did it itself rather than the usual human error that causes this sort of thing.

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