A Sleeping FreeBSD Box.
derek at computinginnovations.com
Mon Oct 30 12:23:48 UTC 2006
Check the BIOS power management settings.
At 03:54 AM 10/30/2006, nicky wrote:
>I've got a 'weird' problem and i hope someone get point me in the right
>direction to a proper solution.
>Somehow, i have no idea why, but my production server falls asleep. It has
>happened twice now in the last week. When 'sleeping' the box doesn't
>respond to any outside network related communication, like pinging, etc.
>However, when i login through the console. It comes alive and responds to
>everything again, just like normal. It even continues processes that were
>running before it fell 'asleep', which is why i assume they are suspended
>during nap time.
>The server has been up and running since August, never had any problems
>with it before. I've checked all logs etc, so far i can't see anything as
>to why it would fall asleep. I figured that even if there is such a thing
>as hibernation on FreeBSD it would turn up in a log, but i've not seen it
>Does anyone have any idea's/hints on where to look??
>FreeBSD version is 6-Stable.
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