how to use “reboot” command and its examples

The reboot command is used to reboot the system. Used to perform a clean restart of the server after making changes or updates that require a restart.

  • About reboot: To reboot or stop the system
  • Comes From : upstart-0.6.5
  • Configuration Files:
  • Path: /sbin/reboot


1. To reboot the system

$ reboot

 2. To forcefully reboot the system

$ reboot -f
$ reboot –force 

3. To not to sync before the reboot

$ reboot -n
$ reboot –no-sync

 4. To not to reboot but write to wtmp file

$ reboot -w
$ reboot –wtmp-only 

5. To reduce the output to errors only

$ reboot -q
$ reboot –quiet 

6. To output in verbose mode

$ reboot -v
$ reboot –verbose 

7. To get the help

$ reboot –help

 8. To get the version

$ reboot –version

 Related Commands: shutdown, telinit, runlevel 

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