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Re: System Crash Troubleshooting



Andy Green wrote:
Jim Cornette wrote:

# cat /var/log/messages | grep syslog
Feb 26 04:02:06 msi2 syslogd 1.4.1: restart.
Feb 26 05:00:03 msi2 syslogd 1.4.1: restart.

Isn't the file.msi a microsoft installer file? Is it possible that you
are getting problems in through the windows world?

That's his hostname.

Examine /etc/crontab and /var/spool/cron/* looking for something that
was installed that runs the postgres user stuff every 5 mins.

Most often for nasty dead meat crashes I found the problem is an X
driver.  Try the vesa driver instead for a while, if that actually works
on your platform.

-Andy


I was referring to the below excerpt. It looks like a powerbook anyway. file.msi should not be part of that arch anyway.

Thanks for the info,
Jim

Feb 14 17:13:02 msi2 xinetd[2346]: Starting reconfiguration
Feb 14 17:13:02 msi2 xinetd[2346]: Swapping defaults
Feb 14 17:13:02 msi2 xinetd[2346]: Reconfigured: new=0 old=0 dropped=0 (services) Feb 14 17:13:48 msi2 named[2012]: client 192.168.0.2#32777: update 'inside.msi/IN' denied Feb 14 17:13:48 msi2 dhcpd: if RWPowerBookG4.inside.msi IN A rrset doesn't exist add RWPowerBookG4.inside.msi 43200 IN A 192.168.0.177: timed out.

https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2006-February/msg03803.html

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Well fix that in the next (upgrade, update, patch release, service pack).


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