Roland Smith wrote:
I have swapped the HD back to the old box. I am up and running again.
If it doesn't crash today, I can be certain the ol' grey mare needs to
be taken out back and shot. Dual PIII on a Abit server board c. 2000.
On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 06:42:39AM -0800, Chris Maness wrote:
I am having a new problem. I have been running FreeBSD for years with
no crashing. All of a sudden my server starts crashing with no panic
messages. I am suspecting hardware because there are no messages, but
the CPU temp is fine.
Weird --maybe bad RAM?
Could be. But you can test RAM with e.g. memtest86.
Or it could be a bad component (e.g. a capacitator) somewhere on the
motherboard or in the powersupply. Or a spike or drop in the external power.
I hear that the Abit boards have issues with components.
Anyone recommend a cheap (not necessarily the latest technology) mobo
for my server? I am running a low load SoHo server here at the house.
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