kris at obsecurity.org
Fri Oct 1 17:33:40 PDT 2004
On Fri, Oct 01, 2004 at 08:23:04PM -0400, Jim Durham wrote:
> > Actual "spontaneous reboots" are very rare
> These are very rare.... except they seem to happen about once a day for a
> while and then stop... very strange..
> > and usually caused by hardware problems (e.g. faulty power supply,
> > overheating CPU, bad RAM).
> Possible, but if so, the hardware fixed itself on the first two boxes I
Consistent with marginal hardware issues (heating, poorly seated PCI
cards, fluctuating power supply, ...).
> > Enable DDB, and see what happens the next
> > time it crashes.
> I'll try that on the one that's doing it now. Any suggestions as to how to log
> this to get the moset info ?
Set up a serial console and use that. It's well-documented in the
handbook and developer's handbook.
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