Re: SERVER Going Down
From: Mat Berube (mat_at_simplynetworking.ca)
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 12:04:19 -0400
After closer investigation it almosts looks as though the server is not
shutting down completely... the machine seems to be staying on (almost like
a "halt") but every service seems to shutdown. It's shutting down more
frequently now. Could a hardware failure be causing this?
"NOONE" <SPAMMERs.eMail2Me@False.Alarmed.HomeLinux.net> wrote in message
> Mat Berube wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a server setup at a client's office running RedHat, Samba and
> > IPtables. For the past couple of weeks it just started going down
> > intermittently. Clients come in in the morning and they can't log on (I
> > can't even SSH in). They have to restart the machine for it to work
> > again. There's nothing in my logs except a bunch of these entries
> > "modprobe:
> > modprobe: Can't locate module ipt_ULOG". But those entries have been
> > there for a while and I was told they were nothing to worry about.
> > Any ideas what is going on? The serve will sometimes go down in the
> > middle of the day while they're working as well.
> > Please, I'm desperate.
> > Thanks,
> > Mat
> On my SuSE 8.1 Pro Linux system, the /var/log/messages file shows logging
> activities when it goes down/up. If you /var/log/messages file does not
> show such a thing, perhaps you will need to enable this feature for the
> kernel to spit out to log its activities, i.e. /etc/syslog.conf or
> /etc/syslog-ng/syslog-ng.conf (if you have syslog-ng installed on your
> client's server).
> I hope this helps you out.