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system-autodeath — Auto-disable default routes on a set date


system-autodeath system-autodeath is a cron job that runs daily, checking the current time versus a configured death date for the machine. Within one week of this date the system will emit log notices to syslog.alert notifying that the system with autodie on a specific date. On the date the system will have its default route deleted. It will continue to do this everyday until someone does something about it.


To configure the drop dead date modify the date in /etc/sysconfig/system-autodeath.conf. The date format can be anything handled by date -d. Normal format is YYYY-MM-DD

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