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Re: kernel crashes



My box crashed for the first time ever running 2.4.9-ac9-E2. It would not 
respond to pings. I have started running Tux recently.


On Saturday 08 September 2001 09:26 am, Dirk wrote:
> Your problem sounds quite similar to mine. When your server crashes does
> it crash in such a way that you can still ping it but TCP-traffic (WWW,
> SSH, ...) is unresponsive?
>
> I'm facing similar problems as soon as my servers are somewhat loaded
> making them crash regularly as long as they are used.
>
> Dirk Moerenhout ///// System Administrator ///// Planet Internet NV
>
> On Sat, 8 Sep 2001, skunk wrote:
> > 2.4.9-ac9 like the 2.4.8 series are crashing my webserver within 24
> > hours uptime :(
> >
> > the lastest good working kernel was 2.4.5-ac4, but due a bug (?) that
> > doesn't permit me to see the server from within the server itself (i
> > can't ping mydomain.com from within the server, but from outside i can)
> > i'm still trying to figure out which is the lastest stable kernel that
> > will permit my webserver to run flawless for more than just few hours...
> >
> > i'm running 2.4.7-ac11 (without the tux patch) since just 1 hour now, if
> > it'll stay up for the next 3-4 days without troubles, i'll use it as
> > default kernel.
> >
> > i'm sorry i can't tell you more because i can access to the server only
> > from remote and there is nothing useful in the logs for understanding
> > what's the problem...
> >
> > it's also possible i've made some mistakes (but i don't think so because
> > the 2.4.5-ac4 kernel worked flawless 1 week long with the same
> > configuration), in any case attached to this message you can find the
> > dmesg (from 2.4.7, but it's identical to the 2.4.9's one) and the kernel
> > config files.
> >
> > thanks
> >
> > frank
>
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