On Wed, Feb 28, 2007 at 05:39:48PM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > >I'm not running your application mix, but I've never seen random reboots > >unless there were hardware issues. With 5.X these included having > >hyperthreading turned on, which I know caused problems with my dual XEON > >system. > > Hmmm...two answers so far, two people saying "hyperthreading can be an > issue." I'll definitely have that turned off ASAP.
HTT isn't expected to cause problems at least on modern versions of FreeBSD (I dont remember if old versions like 5.4 have a bug), but it could be if you are running older hardware with broken BIOS support. > >>* Issues with files that are not found on startup sometimes, but are > >>other times. Prime example: the Zope CMS system that's been > >>installed failed to find libmysqlclient.so after a planned soft > >>reboot, but found it with no trouble on a subsequent boot a few > >>minutes later, with no config changes in between. > >> > >Haven't seen that; are there any messages indicating you're having > >filesystem problems? > > Thanks for asking; I see some new nasties in /var/log/messages: > > Feb 27 09:05:37 www fsck: /dev/ad4s1f: PARTIALLY TRUNCATED INODE I=9397392 > Feb 27 09:05:37 www fsck: /dev/ad4s1f: UNEXPECTED SOFT UPDATE > INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY. You definitely need to drop to single-user mode and fsck -f: filesystem corruption can cause many problems. > >>* Given my dmesg below, do you see any specific problems? > > > >The interrupt storm on uhci1+ is not a good thing. > > Any thoughts on how to fix it? You can disable USB support if you do not need it, otherwise a fix will probably involve an upgrade to a newer version as a first step. Kris
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