You could try re-creating the ramdisk and then rebooting; had similiar issue with (2) IBM's was having CPU errors and slugish performance and server would hang up when doing fdisk -l . After re-creating the ramdisk; the system has been up 30+ days with no issues.
On Sat, 2007-09-15 at 12:06 +0300, mohammed saif wrote:
We have a DL380 G5 server that run oracle 10g on RHEL4U0, and it accesses a raid 1 harddsiks from the shared storage, before 2 days, when I tried to list the directory that stored in the shared storage, system just hangs out. After checking some stuff I noticed the following when I do fdisk for the shared area partition:
Warning: Invalid flag 0X0000 of partition table 4 will be corrected by w(rite) ....... Disk doesn't contain a valid partition table, but after reboot I could access the directory and list all the contenets and I could take a full backup. I saw also of mails talking about some HP acceselerator error that the H/W engineer is analysing it.
Now, Is it H/W or OS related problem?
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