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bijan588bijan588 Member
edited May 2012 in General

Who here has a server that seems to fail every few weeks.

you have replaced nearly everything in it and it still have the sake problem

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  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    @bijan588 said: you have replaced nearly everything in it and it still have the sake problem

    It's so bad it drives you to drink rice wine?

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  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    @bijan588 said: Who here has a server that seems to fail every few weeks.

    do you got a copy of the panic/crash? netconsole maybe?

    We have a central syslog server just because we got tired of not being able to debug 2.6.32 :P

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  • jarjar Provider

    Did you try kicking it? I still refer back to the first computer I fixed by kicking it.
    Pentium 75MHz
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    Wouldn't boot. Replaced power supply, memory, cpu, still nothing. Let it sit for a week, kicked it once a day, never failed again. I know not everyone is as technical as me.

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  • Checked CPU? What kernel you running on.

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  • DerekDerek Member

    @jarland said: kicked it once a day

    Kick more computers! Exercise :P

  • @Francisco said: do you got a copy of the panic/crash? netconsole maybe?

    Thats the thing, no errors, it just shuts off, and I have replaced everything I can think of.

  • subigosubigo Member

    @bijan588 said: Thats the thing, no errors, it just shuts off, and I have replaced everything I can think of.

    Power source.

  • No, its on the same PDU as everything else, it has redundant power suplies too.

  • netomxnetomx Member

    @bijan588 said: No, its on the same PDU as everything else,

    ghosts?

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  • miTgiBmiTgiB Member

    @bijan588 said: No, its on the same PDU as everything else, it has redundant power suplies too.

    Over heating?

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  • @miTgiB said: Over heating?

    Thats what I thought to, but the ILO stays on and mesures all the temputures, I doubt 25C is overheating.

  • There has to be SOME kind of log SOMEWHERE of what is happening.

  • RandyRandy Member

    its time to force the provider, to build you a new server. i hope that fixes it? :P

  • @Randy said: its time to force the provider, to build you a new server. i hope that fixes it? :P

    I own the server

    @PytoHost said: There has to be SOME kind of log SOMEWHERE of what is happening.

    According to ILO, it just powers down

  • yomeroyomero Member

    Mobo...
    Probably some capacitors/VRMs whatever components.

  • AmitzAmitz Member

    With my servers, it's always the flux capacitor that causes problems...

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  • @bijan588 said: Who here has a server that seems to fail every few weeks.
    you have replaced nearly everything in it and it still have the sake problem

    If it's a business machine, it makes sense to replace it. Think about the lost revenue/customer respect :).

    Every time I've had one of these nodes though, it's turned out to be bad RAM. It takes 2 weeks with memtest to show the bad locations sometimes, but they're there.

  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    iLO updated?

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    @Amitz said: With my servers, it's always the flux capacitor that causes problems...

    Could be mynocks chewing on the power cables.

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  • It is prob the mobo. My old laptop that I had would just randomly turn off, and it was the mobo. Good thing it was still under apple warranty!

  • Sounds like a mobo problem, get your DC to rebuild it if it's rented, if it's owned, send them a new mobo.

    Failing that, just build a new server.

    And yeah, I get what you mean, there's always "one" problem. Nothing is ever "T-Perfect".

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  • I know this is going to sound stupid, but have you check the bios settings and also does your server has a watchdog timer.

    On my first server build up this caused me a lot of headaches.

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