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RE: Mysterious RHEL 4 crash



I remember hearing of a way so you could get an indication of what went
wrong.  netdump or something like that?  I have a server that occasionally
locks up hard for no apparent reason, I wonder if anyone can recommend a
way to see what happened?


>>Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 10:13:04 -0700
>>From: "Jason Taylor" <jtaylor uipacific com>
>>
>>I did a hardware reset.  What is the 3 finger kill?
>
> You've never heard of <crtl><alt><delete> as the three-finger kill?
>
> At any rate, it sounds to me as though you have a hardware problem *sigh*.
> Since you rebooted, and it did the std. fsck (I would hope), then you
> might try taking the system down, and running memtest86.
>
> Let me note that I spent months resolving my wife's system, which had the
> same thing - it would freeze, mostly with a screensaver on, but sometimes
> while using it. Turned out to be  the video card.
>
>       mark
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
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>>[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of m roth2006 rcn com
>>Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2007 10:07 AM
>>To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
>>Subject: Re: Mysterious RHEL 4 crash
>>
>>>Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 09:47:33 -0700
>>>From: "Jason Taylor" <jtaylor uipacific com>
>>>
>>>My server decided to crash about 10pm last night.  It just locked up.
>>I
>>>came in this morning and the console was unresponsive, no virtual
>>>terminal, nothing.  /var/log/messages doesn't show anything either.
>>>Admittedly I am pretty new to linux, and I don't know what other logs I
>>>can check.
>><snip>
>>How did you restart it - the three-finger kill, or did you need to do a
>>hardware reset?
>>
>>       mark
>>
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