----- Original Message -----
From: Barry R Cisna
Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2005 6:30 PM
Subject: [K12OSN] segmentation faults, whats causes them?
Would anyone have any ideas..on what would be causing segmentaion faults,,randomly on any one of the four servers i have running on our network,,
These servers ran fine with K12LTSP 4.1.1 and now after >trying< to be running on 4.2.0 after only one/two/three days,,when one of the servers is rebooted,,,for variuos reasons any one of the four will should "segmenation faults" on reboot. Also, when this happens (& I dont even know which,is causing what?), one or two of the other servers will also go to a "blank" desktop,,& rebooting these servers will also, show segmentation faults at boot,,the next reboot.
I ve only had one of the servers actualy lockup,,while in use,,since doing a fresh install of 4.2.0...so this really has me baffled.I know this usually indicates a memory & or a HD prob,,,but why does this cause the other servers in "the farm" to die immedialtley? I m almost wondering if I have a "loop" goign in my network,,via NFS and it sends some code,,to the kernel>> I m stumped on it,, BTW ive changed a few nics,, and have a hodge podge of network cards,,in these four servers,trying to see if a diff NIC combo resolves the prob.,
I ve also reburned the ISO's and witha second thrid download,,seeing if this made any diff,,, No joy:(.
they install without a blurb,,on all four servers,
Any ideas would be a hope!!
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