When he got to it, it had all sorts of error messages about VM and paging
on the console. But he could not login so I had him reboot it. But
apparently the logger quit storing messages in the messages file about 1
A.M., the next messages were the reboot messages at 18:00.
How does it work if I change it to send the messages to a remote host?
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> Hello I have a remote machine running FreeBSD 4.8 that runs my internet
> radio station (http://www.itsallgoodradio.com) and it has gone wacky.
> will be several hours before anyone can get to it to reboot it. I have
> ssh login prompt that is still live, but anytime I try to execute a
> command I get either a Segmentation Fault or if I try to "su" I get an
> Abort trap. If I try to ssh into it now I get:
> ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host
> The bad thing is that it is still streaming the same songs over and over
> (I hope the RIAA doesn't find out ;-).
> Does anybody have any ideas I could try to stop, kill, or reboot it
> we can get to it physically?
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