wdctl man page

wdctl — show hardware watchdog status

Synopsis

wdctl [options] [device...]

Description

Show hardware watchdog status.  The default device is /dev/watchdog. If more than one device is specified then the output is separated by one blank line.

Note that the number of supported watchdog features is hardware specific.

Options

-f, --flags list

Print only the specified flags.

-F, --noflags

Do not print information about flags.

-I, --noident

Do not print watchdog identity information.

-n, --noheadings

Do not print a header line for flags table.

-o, --output list

Define the output columns to use in table of watchdog flags.  If no output arrangement is specified, then a default set is used.  Use --help to get list of all supported columns.

-O, --oneline

Print all wanted information on one line in key="value" output format.

-r, --raw

Use the raw output format.

-s, -settimeout seconds

Set the watchdog timeout in seconds.

-T, --notimeouts

Do not print watchdog timeouts.

-x, --flags-only

Same as -I -T.

-V, --version

Display version information and exit.

-h, --help

Display help text and exit.

Authors

Karel Zak
Lennart Poettering

Availability

The wdctl command is part of the util-linux package and is available from Linux Kernel Archive.

Info

July 2014 util-linux System Administration