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One very simple way would be to allow the destination (server B) to do a password-less SSH (or SFTP) connection to server A (where the file resides) and then create a cron job on server B that would copy the file at certain time intervals, by invoking scp (the syntax would be similar to: scp serverA:/path/to/logkeys.sys /path/to/destination Password-less ...
This is a quite generic question that it's hard to say what going on. However that approach you mention instructs to check last logs. You have to be too wise about reading the logs, not just greping for specific words like kernel panic, that's really limits your chance the resolve the problem. Examples: PC have power loss, there may be some errors on ...
I don't see a question, but your original file is gone, unrecoverable, deleted. You will have to execute commands again.
last reads the file /var/log/wtmp, but you can point it to another file. In your case that would be /var/log/wtmp.1. So, the modified command that you need to use is last -x -f /var/log/wtmp.1 | grep shutdown
wq_busy is apparently the kernel's variable name for the busy flag on a workqueue. Why it was stuck at true for some workqueue on my machine is unclear, because the problem went away while I was trying to diagnose it. In case it's useful for someone in the future, I had done the following: Repeatedly until all applications were closed: Close an ...
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