Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 142031
Reboot a host at a specific time
Last modified: 2008-10-17 09:05:38 EDT
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Description of problem:
Is there any way to schedule a system reboot at a specific time; ie:
18:25:00 on Dec 7 2004?
I have a number of nodes that have a small window of time (about 5
minutes) every hour during which a reboot would not adversely impact
my production work. Having the ability to schedule a reboot 'as soon
as possible' or 'not before this time' is of little use to me, as it
will likely cause a host to reboot at an incovenient time. And, this
will prevent my system from delivering data to my customer on time.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Schedule a reboot on several systems for some time several hours
in the future.
Actual Results: Systems will reboot, randomly, some time after the
Expected Results: All system would reboot at exactly (or at least
within 1 minute of) the schedule time
This bug has been closed due to inactivity. Please open a new bug with specific details if this problem is still occurring or if an enhancement is needed.