[lug] Reboot Problem
peter-lists at hutnick.com
Thu Sep 5 13:35:41 MDT 2002
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I have a server that has been running RedHat
7.2 for several months with no problems. I restarted a daemon last evening
now the server reboots itself indiscrimantly: on
start of Gnome, on start of terminal shells, on start of daemons… I do
not think it is a file system problem. Sometimes Gnome will start with very
erratic mouse behaviour (uncontrollable) which leads
me to believe it is an X corruption, but other times it starts fine. Very
strange behavior. Anyone care to take a shot on the
problem and (most importantly) a fix (I do not want to rebuild the server).
Seriously, this is the ugliest message I have ever seen in my life.
Sending HTML email to mailing lists really has an impact on how people on
the list perceive you . . .
Anyway, 10:1 it's a hardware issue. Try dropping the drive in a similar
box and/or put a spare drive in the Linux box and put an OS on it for
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