shutdown -h nowSat, Oct 27, 2007
Just shut down the old server,
chavez, which was running FreeBSD 6.1 - it was an awesome server. I’ve switched to Debian for now, and I’m really loving it, having used it in the past I really never dug into it as a server until recently. Administration is just easier, and it’s in line with me trying to cut back on things I have to do on the computer; gives me more time for other efforts. Anywho, it’s down now, for the record here’s the uname/uptime:
[23:45:42] [root@chavez /home]# uname -a FreeBSD chavez 6.1-SECURITY FreeBSD 6.1-SECURITY #0: Wed Feb 14 15:33:28 UTC 2007 email@example.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 11:45PM up 237 days, 4:30, 1 user, load averages: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00 [23:45:45] [root@chavez /home]# shutdown -h now Shutdown NOW! shutdown: [pid 24665] [23:45:49] [root@chavez /home]# *** FINAL System shutdown message from firstname.lastname@example.org *** System going down IMMEDIATELY System shutdown time has arrived Connection to chavez closed by remote host.