Today - for the first time ever - I have a total system freeze. It
occured after 105 days of uninterrupted work. The freeze was
unrecoverable because even though I attached a screen to the machine, I
was not able to do anything with it. I had to hard-reboot it.
dmesg.today has just one line (and dmesg.yestarday is empty).
pid 25536 (portmanager), uid 0: exited on signal 6 (core dumped)
This file was modified at night so it does not contain any useful
Where can I look for more information? The only thing that comes to my
mind is that today I installed denyhosts-2.6. It is possible that the
freeze occured during dump operation which is done to a network drive
mounted via mount_nfs option.
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Many thanks in advance!
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