shih at math.jussieu.fr
Wed Apr 5 20:37:45 UTC 2006
Le 05/04/2006 à 16:21:00-0400, Kris Kennaway a écrit
> On Wed, Apr 05, 2006 at 10:15:00PM +0200, Albert Shih wrote:
> > Le 05/04/2006 ? 16:07:27-0400, Kris Kennaway a ?crit
> > > On Wed, Apr 05, 2006 at 10:03:41PM +0200, Albert Shih wrote:
> > > > Hi all
> > > >
> > > > I'm disappointed by the stablity of FreeBSD 6-stable (I known it's
> > > > developpement branche).
> > >
> > > You forgot to provide pointers to your PRs.
> > Well... I don't have make it because I can reproduce him. Last week I think
> > this bug come when heavy load on network interface. Well I make very big
> > read/write over nfs...and nothing...everthing work fine.
> > Today It's not a ?big? day and the server crash (and I even can't log in
> > console, need hard-reboot and big fsck).
> > You think It's better I make a PR ? (and my english is very bad...)
> As a general rule: unless you can explain your problem in sufficient
> detail, preferably including either how to reproduce it, or at least
> an exact description of what happens when it fails, it's unlikely that
> anyone can help you.
OK I just do it. I just hope the maintainer can understand me...
> As a first step: you say your server crashed. Did it panic? Do you
> have debugging settings (INVARIANTS, WITNESS) enabled? Do you have
> DDB enabled? Read through the chapter on kernel debugging in the
> developers' handbook and reconfigure your kernel accordingly, then
> proceed from there.
Well it's no so easy. I can try but there least 600 users waiting the big
fsck when the server crash. I'm not sure I can spend many time to try
this.. But I promise you I will try.
NB: Why this kind of problem can happen ? I ask this because until 6. I
never have this kind of problem.
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