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How to automatically reboot (restart) Debian GNU Lenny Linux on kernel panic, some general CPU overload or system crash

If you are a system administrator, you have probably wondered at least once ohw to configure your Linux server to automatically reboot itself if it crashes, is going through a mass CPU overload, e.g. the server load average “hits the sky”. More here

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