5.0 shuts down
I have a test OpenBSD 5.0 i386 box on a pretty moderate hardware:
cpu0: Intel(R) Celeron(TM) CPU 1300MHz ("GenuineIntel" 686-class) 1.31 GHz
Is there any log file which can show the reason of reboot? I looked through all logs from /var/log , only /var/log/messages shows some info:
/var/log/messages:Apr 10 09:23:44 voip reboot: rebooted by lexus
The box doesn't have an UPS attached, but we practically don't face any froblems with the electricity. But I'm not sure at all, so, maybe there was a tiny brake with the electric power, and it'll give the answer to my question.
In fact, the system could have been not rebooted buth halted. I just played with the BIOS options to power the box automatically on, when AC is in.
The problem is not critical for me, but still it will be better to know if some appropriate log file exists.
Last edited by Lexus45; 10th April 2012 at 03:55 AM.
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