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Old 02-18-2002
rajashekaran rajashekaran is offline
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to shutdown

Hai
Could somebody tell me the solution to my problem.
the question is as follows
there is one unix server and 100 dummy terminals connected to my server, i want to shutdown client system if some of the
client forgetten to power down their system.
plez provide me the code for that.
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Old 02-18-2002
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If there are dummy terminals connected I makes no matter as far as I'm aware.

Shutdown in the normal way that you would and you'll have no problems.

shutdown -r now

-r for reboot
-h for halt

you can also specify a time period instead of using "now"
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Old 02-18-2002
warrend warrend is offline
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wouldn't that shut down the system not the client?

rajashekaran are you looking for a script that "polls" the client - decides if it active then disconnects it if it isn't?

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