Automatic system recovery
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This article is about general recovery systems. For the Microsoft Windows XP function, see Automated System Recovery.
Automatic system recovery is a device or process that detects a computer failure and attempts recovery. The device may make use of a Watchdog timer. This may also refer to a Microsoft recovery technology by the same name.
- HP ProLiant, Blade - Automatic Server Recovery (ASR)
- How does ASR (Automatic System Recovery) detect server hang?
- US Patent 5600785
- US Patent 6167532
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