On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 10:35:38PM +0100, Cryptronic wrote:
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> Hello Nik,
> yes indeed i have 74 GB of RAM in that machine. VServers 50+.
> I use a shared partition with ext3 or ext4.
> remote syslog is not enabled yet, will do that in the next days.
> And in syslog i could not find anything.
> In messages i found the following which must be appeared in between
> the load explosion, but not at the beginning:
> Jan 18 21:00:02 host kernel: [20304486.773634] vxW:
> [»landscape-sysin«,28639:#9113|9113|9113] did lookup hidden
> proc:ffff8812034377f8[#0,4026531914] »/proc/acpi«.
that looks fine, it's probably just some tool or script
trying to access acpi stuff (which is disabled inside
a guest) ... the name of the script seems to be something
> Jan 18 21:11:45 host kernel: [20304486.368940] apache2 invoked
> oom-killer: gfp_mask=0x0, order=0,
any memory limits on the guests?
what does /proc/virtual/<xid>/limit contain for the guests?
> Jan 18 21:11:45 host kernel: [20304486.368944] apache2 cpuset=/
> Jan 18 21:11:45 host kernel: [20304486.368947] Pid: 5090, comm:
> apache2 Not tainted 188.8.131.52-vs184.108.40.206.27
> Jan 18 21:11:45 host kernel: [20304486.368949] Call
> > At Kernel 220.127.116.11-vs18.104.22.168.14 this also happend. The hardware
> > is also not the thing, because this happens on different
> > architectures.
> > To get the server back online, you have to reset the hardware,
> > reboot and co not doing anything.
> > Best regards
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Received on Wed Jan 20 01:49:07 2010