Detect and log boot not preceded by a clean shutdown.
Whenever a Linux system does not shut down cleanly (e.g., due to a power outage, a system crash, etc), it is almost always an event of interest to the system administrator. This simple script keeps track of such events by detecting the subsequent "dirty" reboot, and writing a system log entry about it.
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|dirtyboot.changes||0000000285285 Bytes||152278333318 days ago|
|dirtyboot.spec||00000021082.06 KB||152278333318 days ago|