wdctl - show hardware watchdog status


   wdctl [options] [device...]


   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


   -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

   -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.


   Karel Zak kzak@redhat.com
   Lennart Poettering lennart@poettering.net


   The  wdctl  command  is part of the util-linux package and is available
   from Linux Kernel  Archive  ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-


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