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From: James MacLean (macleajb_at_ednet.ns.ca)
Date: Mon 17 Nov 2003 - 12:53:56 GMT

Hi Matt,

On my system, when it Oopses, it's down for the count. No ping or
anything. Keyboard lights flashing just to point out it's in bad shape :).

I saw the oops this morning, but didn't copy all the register data and
stack log as it is always so much to pencil down :), and I was hoping this
was already being tracked down ;).

Maybe I should grab that if 1.1.3 dies tomorrow am?


On Mon, 17 Nov 2003, Matt Ayres wrote:

> I have 2 servers who keep crashing, sometimes every few hours... I am
> still working on a console solution so I don't know the exact place
> where the problem is.
> The servers are in a "half hung" state, they respond to PING and will
> open TCP connections, but they won't send any data back.
> Is this how yours responds or is it a hard lock?
> I've tried with 2.4.22-c17e, 2.4.23pre8-c17h and 2.4.22-vs1.0.0 all with
> the same results.
> On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 06:00, James MacLean wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> >
> > 2 nights in a row at 4:00am when netstat runs, the system is Oopsing. I
> > was running vs1.1.2 and am now upgrading to vs1.1.3 but do not see
> > anything that suggests a fix in in the diffs.
> >
> > Possibly I am the only lucky one :)? I remember this happening some time
> > ago in earlier vservers, and someone new the fix. The Oops was within
> > tcp_get_info if I am reading the System.map correctly.
> >
> > JES

James B. MacLean        macleajb_at_ednet.ns.ca
Department of Education 
Nova Scotia, Canada
B3M 4B2

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