Lowell Gilbert wrote:
"Gian Paolo Buono" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Hi, I have on a server ibm 3650  FreeBSD 7.0-STABLE and the proccess
that running are nagios-3.0.2, apache-2.2.8 and heartbeat-1.2.5_3;
random after some day machine becomes semi-dead, the ping respond but
any stack (ssh,http) don't work and heartbeat don't switch the
resources I can't loggon  and I must reboot. In the syslog there
isn't  any message for trobleshotting the problem. Any idea ? Sorry
for my english
Best Regards

Try keeping an eye on top(1); it may even give a hint after it stops
updating.  If that doesn't help, you may need to break to the kernel
debugger (details in developers' handbook).

I also was having some lockup problems on a 3650. Don't know if it's related but I will document my experiences in case it's of any help.

Initially it was fine (Running 7.0-Release, but after some hardware problems the system was continuing to lockup even after the whole server was replaced. I ended up doing a clean install of 7-stable (as of August 20th) and haven't had any problems since. Not sure if it was some odd corruption of kernel or other system files (server went through many hard reboots during the hardware problems) or a bug in 7.0-release that was fixed in 7-stable.

In my specific symptoms if I had something like top running on the console, it would continue to run. Top didn't show much of interest other than some 100% apache processes (which I suspect was a symptom of the problem, not the cause). When the system was hung top would continue running and updating, but it would not accept keyboard input. I could switch to other virtual consoles with alt+f#, but they also would not take text input for a login.
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