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Re: Unknown Crash with IBM xSeries 330
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Unknown Crash with IBM xSeries 330
- From: sebastian_(_dot_)_rother_(_at_)_jpberlin_(_dot_)_de
- Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 16:45:39 +0200 (CEST)
> On 4/26/05, sebastian_(_dot_)_rother_(_at_)_jpberlin_(_dot_)_de <sebastian_(_dot_)_rother_(_at_)_jpberlin_(_dot_)_de>
>> That's why I choosed to use bsd and not bsd.mp.
>> But now the server freezed again yesterday.
>> No coredump, no debug-mode.
>> It was like somebody used "halt -p"...
>> So the server was powered on again and works fine like nothing happened.
> so how did you realize it was frozen? were you logged in remotely,
> locally? could it be the server didn't freeze, but lost its entire
> network connectivity (which is also a big problem, but probably a
> different thing to look at)
How did I noticed it: My SSH-Session died...
I was logged in remotly
The server powered off completly but I didn't used `halt -p`
No GDB-Console nor everything else.
No coredump...nothing. It was just powered off.
I suspect it could be a FAN error but the rack has a good air condition so
even the FANs will fail it should be no problem.
The FANs are working fine (now) but I've no other clue anymore. :-(
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