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Package: das-watchdog (0.9.0-2+deb7u1) [security]

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solves system lock-ups by making all processes non-realtime

Das_Watchdog is a general watchdog for the Linux operating system that should be run in the background at all times to ensure a realtime process won't hang the machine.

Das_Watchdog is inspired by the rt_watchdog program from Florian Schmidt, but has some improvements over it:

 * It works with 2.4 kernels as well as 2.6.
 * Instead of permanently setting all realtime processes to run
   non-realtime, das_watchdog only sets them temporary.
 * When the watchdog kicks in, an X window should pop up that tells you
   whats happening (just close it after reading the message).

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