Auto Reboot

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Auto Reboot

Unexpected system stop makes a blank to the system operation when the system is not recovered to normal. This situation is not allowed to the security device. So the system needs to check itself and to get itself back to the operable state when a problem occurred.

Auto reboot are functions for the system reliability.

Auto Reboot Configuration Screen

Figure 5.16. Auto Reboot Configuration Screen


Auto Reboot

The configuration of the auto reboot is as follows.

Enable Auto Reboot Screen

Figure 5.17. Enable Auto Reboot Screen


  • Reboot Interval

    The next reboot date is decided by add the current date to the reboot interval(days), and the next reboot time is Reboot Time. The system will be rebooted in the next period when the time is over by disabling Auto Reboot or canceling it.

    The system indicates not the hardware, but the NVR software.

Performance of the system will be deteriorated or the system will not be worked in case the system becomes unstable by the operating system or the software problem. Increasing these unstableness can raise a critical problem in the security system. Auto Reboot makes the system reboot after certain amount of time is passed to make up this problem.

[Note] Note
The time when the administrator exists or the fluctuation of monitoring target is few is suitable to the auto reboot time.

The process of the auto reboot is as follows.

  1. The start time of the system will be obtained when the system starts.

  2. The auto reboot time is decided by the user configuration. The default value is 7 days.

  3. A window inquiring user to reboot will be appeared at the auto reboot time. The window will restart automatically the system when the reply is not selected within 30 seconds.

    • Start time : 2002.4.13 13:03:14

    • User reboot interval : 7 days

    • Current time : 2002.4.21 16:01:32

    • User reboot time : 03:30

    • Next reboot time : 4.27(13+14(7*2days) 03:30(user reboot time)

    Example 5.1. Time Configuration Example 1


    • Start time : 2002.4.13 13:03:14

    • User reboot interval : 0 days

    • Current time : 2002.4.21 16:01:32

    • System will reboot at 13:00 of the next day (4/22 in example) when the time is entered before than the current time, and will reboot at 18:00 today when the time is entered to 18:00.

    Example 5.2. Time Configuration Example 2 : in case interval is zero