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Change the minimum priority of log messages from the init daemon
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Located in util/initctl.c:2592
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PRIORITY may be one of `debug' (messages useful for debugging upstart are logged, equivalent to --debug on kernel command-line); `info' (messages about job goal and state changes, as well as event emissions are logged, equivalent to --verbose on the kernel command-line); `message' (informational and debugging messages are suppressed, the default); `warn' (ordinary messages are suppressed whilst still logging warnings and errors); `error' (only errors are logged, equivalent to --quiet on the kernel command-line) or `fatal' (only fatal errors are logged).
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Located in util/initctl.c:2165
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This command is intended to instruct the kernel to reboot or halt the system; when run without the -f option it will actually execute /sbin/shutdown.

Before the system is rebooted or halted, the disks are syncd; this can be avoided by giving -n.

Network interfaces can be brought down by giving the -i option, and IDE disks can be put into standby by giving the -h option. On Linux, these are almost never necessary as the kernel shuts down all devices anyway.
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Located in compat/sysv/reboot.c:184
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The system /var/run/utmp file is used unless the alternate file UTMP is given.

Normally this will only output the most recent runlevel record in the utmp file, the --set option can be used to add a new record. RUNLEVEL should be one of 0123456S.

Alternately a reboot record may be added to the file by using the --reboot option, this produces no output.
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Located in compat/sysv/runlevel.c:91
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TIME may have different formats, the most common is simply the word 'now' which will bring the system down immediately. Other valid formats are +m, where m is the number of minutes to wait until shutting down and hh:mm which specifies the time on the 24hr clock.

Logged in users are warned by a message sent to their terminal, you may include an optional MESSAGE included with this. Messages can be sent without actually bringing the system down by using the -k option.

If TIME is given, the command will remain in the foreground until the shutdown occurs. It can be cancelled by Control-C, or by another user using the -c option.

The system is brought down into maintenance (single-user) mode by default, you can change this with either the -r or -h option which specify a reboot or system halt respectively. The -h option can be further modified with -H or -P to specify whether to halt the system, or to power it off afterwards. The default is left up to the shutdown scripts.
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Located in util/shutdown.c:246
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Broadcast message from %s@%s
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Located in util/shutdown.c:740
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Change runlevel.
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Located in util/telinit.c:216
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