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Procedure Signature Description
board {} returns board specific information like model and distribution code name, revision
info {} returns real-time information about the system. “uptime”: 20756, “localtime”: 1444142264, “load”: [ 7264, 3040, 3520 ], “memory”: { “total”: 29601792, “free”: 7344128, “shared”: 458752, “buffered”: 2166784 }, “swap”: { “total”: 0, “free”: 0 }
upgrade {} *TODO*
watchdog {“frequency”:“Integer”,“timeout”:“Integer”,“stop”:“Boolean”,“magicclose”:“Boolean”} controls the watchdog. *ubus call system watchdog '{ “stop”: true“}'* only stops the thread triggering the watchdog. The watchdog is still counting down unless a second process is triggering the watchdog unless you enable 'magicclose', then you can manually tickle '/dev/watchdog'.
signal {“pid”:“Integer”,”signum“:“Integer”} send a signal to a process. See man kill
nandupgrade {“path”:“String”} *TODO*

The values in load are the load averages over 1, 5, and 15 minutes. to get to the familiar values reported by uptime divide these numbers by 65536.0 and round to 2 decimals.

There is a detailed blog post showing how to use, configure and manually take control over hardware watchdog with ubus commands.

docs/guide-developer/ubus/system.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/05 07:11 by dergentk