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    SubjectRe: How to create hard reboots through software
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    > which is used for task switching on 286 boxes.  Of course no-one here is
    > using a 286, but the system supports that kind of reset so it will run
    > old 286 software.

    That mode is also used by earlier SMP boxes to boot the slave CPUs. One other
    problem is that some boards only really reset when you yank the power, and
    you often cannot do that from software


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