Kernel panic on PowerEdge 1950 under certain stress load
BORJAMAR at SARENET.ES
Mon Sep 24 02:39:32 PDT 2007
On 24 Sep 2007, at 11:33, Kris Kennaway wrote:
> Borja Marcos wrote:
>> I don't have the exact IP address involved, but we experienced
>> consistent panics in two heavily loaded mail servers (same
>> hardware models, Dell Powereedge) runnning Postfix and FreeBSD 6.2.
>> Suspecting an issue with the IP stack and smp I tried to set
>> "debug.mpsafenet=0" and the problems are gone. Of course I've lost
>> some performance, but the systems have been solid for some weeks
>> so far.
> What number is the PR with the details?
Sorry, I couldn't diagnose anything properly. When it happened the
sysadmin didn't give me the panic details, and being production
machines the main priority was to put them back into service as soon
Would it be a good idea to file a PR with such fuzzy information? I
don't think so, that's why I didn't do it. Of course I can do it if
someone thinks it's worth. But unfortunately I cannot get more
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