I upgraded memory in a 5.4-RELEASE server from 1GB (2x512MB) to 4GB (4x1GB). I'm wondering if that can even be causing my problem since nothing went wrong for an entire week. One week later, the server just stops responding in the middle of the night, I can see the login prompt, but cannot type anything, no response to keyboard at all. Since the initial crash one week after the memory upgrade, it continues to do this every couple of days.
The crash has happened during the 3-4am time span every time except at 9pm once and then this morning at 9am. So, it seems it may be related to something building up over time. After reset and disk cleanup, I have examined the logs and cannot find anything in the message log, one entry shows my last login activity and the next entry is the start of boot info from the reset. The only thing I find in the logs erroneous is an NFS connection not responding, then alive again, but I unmounted and disabled the entry in fstab before it happened this morning. I'm just trying to figure out how to approach tracking down my crashing issue. Whether it somehow is related to the memory upgrade. The only thing to note about the memory upgrade is on boot, it will say that it is ignoring a small amount of memory over 4GB. Can someone suggest how to approach my problem? -- Robert _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"