Mike Woods Mike at geofront.co.uk
Mon Jan 6 11:30:40 UTC 2014

I'm in agreement, if not for the fact it pings id be inclided to  
suggest a disk failure but given that it initially stays up id be more  
inclined to look at something thermal, possibly a failed cpu fan, it  
might be worth seeing it you can have a look at checking any sensors  
on the system to see if that sheds any light on it.

Mike Woods

Quoting Erich Dollansky <erichsfreebsdlist at alogt.com>:

> Hi,
> On Mon, 6 Jan 2014 15:18:34 +0530
> eras mus <erasmu at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear List,
>> I am maintaining  a FreeBSD server Box, recently i am facing a issue
>> that the server unable to  access via ssh, its not pinging. The
>> Server after a forced restart is up for some time. Able to login from
>> a remote machine as well as a physical console for sometime. After a
>> few minutes the sever console be pinged or ssh. In server console
>> also the machine hungs unable to enter root password in the prompt.
>> If I do a power restart it is restarting up again and I can ssh also
>> login from the console, but after few minutes it hungs no ssh and
>> pinging from LAN machine not possible. How to trouble shoot, Please
>> shed some light on it. _______________________________________________
> sounds like a hardware problem to me.
> The server was running fine for some time before?
> Erich
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