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revised Kernel-General events missing in the eventlog of Windows 2008 Standard Edition
Added eventIDs.
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comment Kernel-General events missing in the eventlog of Windows 2008 Standard Edition
They are 12(Boot) and 13(Shutdown). The server is rebooted regularly.
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asked Kernel-General events missing in the eventlog of Windows 2008 Standard Edition
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comment How to determine if the last shutdown was due to power failure in windows?
You mean in case of power failure a event is generated, can you please explain as to how can I dig this out? I checked eventid 41, only bootup time is present, not when the shutdown happened.
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comment How to determine if the last shutdown was due to power failure in windows?
If the machine got shutdown because of a power failure, I don't think any event will be generated. Then how will I know when the shutdown happened? And it may be hours before the machine is turned on again. This machine will be run in a place where power is very erratic. I need both the boot time and shutdown(for any reason) time for a report.
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comment How to determine if the last shutdown was due to power failure in windows?
I was thinking of creating a service and maybe do a "touch" on a file every n minutes and then compare its last modified date with the event timestamp to figure this out. Do you think this will be efficient or do you have any better way?
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comment How to determine if the last shutdown was due to power failure in windows?
Is there any way to know when the last shutdown happened due to the reasons mentioned in my question?
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asked How to determine if the last shutdown was due to power failure in windows?