- "kernel.panic" sysctl is set to 0.
# sysctl kernel.panic kernel.panic = 0
I believe that the system won't reboot at the time of the occurrence of kernel panic.
However the system crashed and rebooted after I ran
echo c > /proc/sysrq-trigger.
Why the system crashed and rebooted after I ran sysrq-c even though kernel.panic sysctl was set to 0?
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux All
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