On Tue, 30 Dec 2003, Manuel Kasper wrote:
> support for it from the kernel as well) unless your hardware is somehow
> broken and the watchdog cannot be disabled once it has been enabled (works
> fine for me though), and as I said, the next release will have watchdogd
No the code does an
so if you do not start it -> no watchdog. If you kill it normal, no
watchdog. A kill -9 is different of course.