On 10/4/06, backyard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:



--- Chuck Swiger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Oct 4, 2006, at 10:32 AM, perikillo wrote:
> > My kernel file is this:
> >
> > machine              i386
> > cpu           I686_CPU
>
> You should also list "cpu  I586_CPU", otherwise you
> will not include
> some optimizations intended for Pentium or higher
> processors.
 >

are you sure about this??? This statement seems to
contradict the handbook which says "it is best to use
only the CPU you have" I would think I686_CPU would
cause the build know it is higher then a pentium and
thus use those optimizations. But if this is true...


-brian



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Hi people.

  Today i receive a completed FULL backups from all my local clients,
without any message saying:

vr0: watchdog timeout

  I did some changes, in kernel, bacula, and machine:

Machine
  Disable the internal NIC(via) and install one Linksys which use the
same driver vr0.

Kernel:

change the scheduler to the old SCHED_4BSD and maxuser from 10 to 32
like chuck told me.

disable AHC_ALLOW_MEMIO, this is the firs time that i use this option.

Enable IPFILTER to setup the firewall, i was thinking that maybe i
have been atack or something like that, i must check this.

Remove some SCSI drivers.

build the kernel, installed and reboot.

Bacula:

I setup the Heartbeat Interval var in the client and the storage demon
to 1 minute, because there is no formula to know which number is the
best.

  Today my backups where completed succesfully, no horror message, i
have been working with this server this past days, testing, change
here, there, until today, i dont know if it was the NIC, or some
kernel option, but is not very easy to test because is a production
server.

  I check my Firewall logs but there is nothing that give some clue
that i have been atack, good :-)

  Im testing the backup right now, today i will do another
FULL-BACKUPS  from all my local serves and i will bring the backups
from another serves that we have on another building and see if the
system is already stable.

  I will let you now people, thanks for your help.
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