You don't mention whether you checked your logs. If there is nothing to indicate a problem, it may be a bios issue.
At my client we recently updated our g6 bios for this exact behavior. Sorry I don't have the hp link at the moment, but it's a known problem with a fix.
Top-posted from gmail on android 2.2
On Jun 28, 2010 5:04 PM, "Bennie Thomas" <Bennie_R_Thomas raytheon com> wrote:
> I currently have 2 DL380 G6 with and HP MSA2312 disk array. Running
> Redhat 5u4 64bit. I have a quorum disk. I use the Cluster as an
> Active/passive NFS Cluster
> The problem I am having is one or both of the nodes will randomly
> reboot. Has anyone experienced this problem
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