Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-28 Thread Peter

  
 Well it is possible - but what information it can give me?
 Could you explain - just to know if this 2 hours is acceptable for this.

Check DELL website for more info - but generally tests the harwrare
componnents..

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-28 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 27 January 2009 10:32:57 Mel wrote:

 Even though 7.1 has bugfixes, this kind of guesswork causes a lot of
 downtime for OP without any certainty that things will be any better.

If by lots you mean 2 minutes for a reboot, I'd be inclined to agree.
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-28 Thread Mel
On Wednesday 28 January 2009 11:24:50 Kirk Strauser wrote:
 On Tuesday 27 January 2009 10:32:57 Mel wrote:
  Even though 7.1 has bugfixes, this kind of guesswork causes a lot of
  downtime for OP without any certainty that things will be any better.

 If by lots you mean 2 minutes for a reboot, I'd be inclined to agree.

Right, you really want to do buildworld on a production machine that 
experiences random reboots.

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-28 Thread Kirk Strauser

On Jan 28, 2009, at 3:45 PM, Mel wrote:


On Wednesday 28 January 2009 11:24:50 Kirk Strauser wrote:

On Tuesday 27 January 2009 10:32:57 Mel wrote:

Even though 7.1 has bugfixes, this kind of guesswork causes a lot of
downtime for OP without any certainty that things will be any  
better.


If by lots you mean 2 minutes for a reboot, I'd be inclined to  
agree.


Right, you really want to do buildworld on a production machine that
experiences random reboots.



That would make the situation worse how?  The worst case is that it  
fails during installkernel, leaving him to boot from kernel.old.

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-28 Thread Mel
On Wednesday 28 January 2009 13:24:59 Kirk Strauser wrote:
 On Jan 28, 2009, at 3:45 PM, Mel wrote:
  On Wednesday 28 January 2009 11:24:50 Kirk Strauser wrote:
  On Tuesday 27 January 2009 10:32:57 Mel wrote:
  Even though 7.1 has bugfixes, this kind of guesswork causes a lot of
  downtime for OP without any certainty that things will be any
  better.
 
  If by lots you mean 2 minutes for a reboot, I'd be inclined to
  agree.
 
  Right, you really want to do buildworld on a production machine that
  experiences random reboots.

 That would make the situation worse how?  The worst case is that it
 fails during installkernel, leaving him to boot from kernel.old.

The worst case is 1 to N random reboots during buildworld (been there, done 
that), leaving the filesystem inconsistent, needing an fsck -y, unless you 
trust background_fsck, then finding out it's the hardware, not the OS.
It's easy to find out if the OS panics, by enabling crash dumps. Then you can 
still decide whether an upgrade might fix it and you may even get a clue as 
to which hardware or kernel subsystem is affected, if the kernel dumps.

I've had a machine where I never got buildworld to finish, tried 4 or 5 times 
hoping to get lucky this time...

Reapplying thermal paste to the CPU heatsink made everything work.
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FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Hello all.

What we have:
Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
All latest version from ports.


After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day 
with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.


We swap RAM - not helps.
We swap chassis - not helps.
I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
(well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)

In attach screens of error what i have to catch.


Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri
- Original Message 

 From: Proskurin Kirill proskurin...@fxclub.org
 To: freebsd-questions freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
 Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:07:25 PM
 Subject: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950
 
 Hello all.
 
 What we have:
 Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
 It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
 All latest version from ports.
 
 
 After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day with no 
 reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.
 
 We swap RAM - not helps.
 We swap chassis - not helps.
 I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
 (well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)
 
 In attach screens of error what i have to catch.
 
 
 Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?
 
 -- Best regards,
 Proskurin Kirill

I think you should upgrade to FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE at least, if not -STABLE.

 Regards,

-Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri
Arab Portal
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wrote:

- Original Message 


From: Proskurin Kirill proskurin...@fxclub.org
To: freebsd-questions freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:07:25 PM
Subject: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

Hello all.

What we have:
Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
All latest version from ports.


After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day with no 
reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.


We swap RAM - not helps.
We swap chassis - not helps.
I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
(well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)

In attach screens of error what i have to catch.


Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?


  I think you should upgrade to FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE at least, if not 
-STABLE.


Well - why I must do this? It is was a some problems with 7.0?
I don`t want to do this just to do this. Well - if nothing helps may be.

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Mikhail Goriachev
Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Hello all.
 
 What we have:
 Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
 It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
 All latest version from ports.
 
 
 After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day 
 with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.
 
 We swap RAM - not helps.
 We swap chassis - not helps.
 I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
 (well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)
 
 In attach screens of error what i have to catch.
 
 
 Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?


Check the fan on the CPU. Probably it's dead or malfunctioning. Also
check the heat sink underneath the fan. It could be dirty and blocking
the airflow.


Regards,
Mikhail.
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri
- Original Message 

 From: Proskurin Kirill proskurin...@fxclub.org
 To: Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wearab...@yahoo.ca; FreeBSD Questions 
 Mailing List freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
 Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:45:46 PM
 Subject: Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950
 
 Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wrote:
  - Original Message 
  
  From: Proskurin Kirill 
  To: freebsd-questions 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:07:25 PM
  Subject: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950
 
  Hello all.
 
  What we have:
  Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
  It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
  All latest version from ports.
 
 
  After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day with 
  no 
  reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.
 
  We swap RAM - not helps.
  We swap chassis - not helps.
  I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
  (well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)
 
  In attach screens of error what i have to catch.
 
 
  Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?
 
I think you should upgrade to FreeBSD 7.1-RELEASE at least, if not 
 -STABLE.
 
 Well - why I must do this? It is was a some problems with 7.0?
 I don`t want to do this just to do this. Well - if nothing helps may be.
 
 -- 
 Best regards,
 Proskurin Kirill

Because there are many bugs were in 7.0 and got fixed in 7.1, and maybe you are 
affected by one of them.

 Regards,

-Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri
Arab Portal
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Mikhail Goriachev wrote:

Proskurin Kirill wrote:

Hello all.

What we have:
Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
All latest version from ports.


After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day 
with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.


We swap RAM - not helps.
We swap chassis - not helps.
I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
(well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)



Check the fan on the CPU. Probably it's dead or malfunctioning. Also
check the heat sink underneath the fan. It could be dirty and blocking
the airflow.


No - fan is work good. It is not a heat problem.

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Peter
Hi,

Try updating to lastest version:

BIOS
RAID Controller BIOS
RAID Controller Firmware

Peter

Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Hello all.
 
 What we have:
 Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
 It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
 All latest version from ports.
 
 
 After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day
 with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.
 
 We swap RAM - not helps.
 We swap chassis - not helps.
 I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
 (well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)
 
 In attach screens of error what i have to catch.
 
 
 Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?
 
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Peter wrote:

Hi,

Try updating to lastest version:

BIOS
RAID Controller BIOS
RAID Controller Firmware


Do you think it can be a problem?
It is possible to test it some how?

This host is really far away from me.

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Michael Toth wrote:

Proskurin Kirill wrote:

Hello all.

What we have:
Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
All latest version from ports.


After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day
with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.

We swap RAM - not helps.
We swap chassis - not helps.
I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
(well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)

In attach screens of error what i have to catch.


Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?


Hi,
 Are you by any chance running 'megarc' to check your raid controller ?



Hm

Port:   megarc-1.51
Path:   /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
Info:   LSI Logic's MegaRAID controlling software
Maint:  gerrit.be...@gmx.de
B-deps:
R-deps:
WWW:http://www.lsilogic.com/products/megaraid/

Do you think it can work with Dell controller?

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Michael Toth


Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Michael Toth wrote:
 Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Hello all.

 What we have:
 Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
 It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
 All latest version from ports.


 After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day
 with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.

 We swap RAM - not helps.
 We swap chassis - not helps.
 I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
 (well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)

 In attach screens of error what i have to catch.


 Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?

 Hi,
  Are you by any chance running 'megarc' to check your raid controller ?


 Hm

 Port:   megarc-1.51
 Path:   /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
 Info:   LSI Logic's MegaRAID controlling software
 Maint:  gerrit.be...@gmx.de
 B-deps:
 R-deps:
 WWW:http://www.lsilogic.com/products/megaraid/

 Do you think it can work with Dell controller?

I know it works w/ the Dell controllers, I have also had issues with it
where it randomly made my machines (all Power Edge 2950 running 7.x) 
core dump


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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Michael Toth wrote:


Proskurin Kirill wrote:

Michael Toth wrote:

Proskurin Kirill wrote:

Hello all.

What we have:
Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
All latest version from ports.


After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day
with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.

We swap RAM - not helps.
We swap chassis - not helps.
I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
(well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2 days)

In attach screens of error what i have to catch.


Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?


Hi,
 Are you by any chance running 'megarc' to check your raid controller ?


Hm

Port:   megarc-1.51
Path:   /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
Info:   LSI Logic's MegaRAID controlling software
Maint:  gerrit.be...@gmx.de
B-deps:
R-deps:
WWW:http://www.lsilogic.com/products/megaraid/

Do you think it can work with Dell controller?


I know it works w/ the Dell controllers, I have also had issues with it
where it randomly made my machines (all Power Edge 2950 running 7.x) 
core dump


mail# cd /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
mail# make install clean
===  megarc-1.51 is marked as broken: Running megarc seems to cause 
memory corruption.

*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc.
mail#

Hm. Do I really need it? :-)

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Mel
On Tuesday 27 January 2009 01:02:00 Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wrote:

 Because there are many bugs were in 7.0 and got fixed in 7.1, and maybe you
 are affected by one of them.

Even though 7.1 has bugfixes, this kind of guesswork causes a lot of downtime 
for OP without any certainty that things will be any better.

At the very least, we should find out if the OS is at fault at all.

For Proskurin:
Find out if the machine reboots, because of a kernel panic and if so try to 
get a kernel crash dump [1]. If it does not panic, you're 90% sure it's a 
hardware issue. The remaining 10% is left for the case where FreeBSD does not 
configure hardware correctly through ACPI, causing hardware to operate badly.


[1] 
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/developers-handbook/kerneldebug.html
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Peter
Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Peter wrote:
 Hi,

 Try updating to lastest version:

 BIOS
 RAID Controller BIOS
 RAID Controller Firmware

 Do you think it can be a problem?
 It is possible to test it some how?

 This host is really far away from me.


Last 3 months I had issues will DELL 1650 and DELL R200.
In both cases BIOS update fixed it.

1) DELL 1650 - FreeBSD did not want to installl, after BIOS udpate all
went well
2) DELL  R200 with SATA - no problems
2) DELL R200 with SAS, installed well, extremely scary message about
HDD, after BIOS update, RAID controller BIOS udpate and RAID controller
firmware udpate all went well

BTW when the R200 scared me , I got a DELL diagniostic CD with FreeDOS
and it did full system test. If you can get KVM over IP, have someone to
put in the CD and 2 hours downtime is acceptable, it is good idea to run
that CD on your machine.

Peter
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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Proskurin Kirill

Peter пишет:

Proskurin Kirill wrote:
  

Peter wrote:


Hi,

Try updating to lastest version:

BIOS
RAID Controller BIOS
RAID Controller Firmware
  

Do you think it can be a problem?
It is possible to test it some how?

This host is really far away from me.




Last 3 months I had issues will DELL 1650 and DELL R200.
In both cases BIOS update fixed it.

1) DELL 1650 - FreeBSD did not want to installl, after BIOS udpate all
went well
2) DELL  R200 with SATA - no problems
2) DELL R200 with SAS, installed well, extremely scary message about
HDD, after BIOS update, RAID controller BIOS udpate and RAID controller
firmware udpate all went well

BTW when the R200 scared me , I got a DELL diagniostic CD with FreeDOS
and it did full system test. If you can get KVM over IP, have someone to
put in the CD and 2 hours downtime is acceptable, it is good idea to run
that CD on your machine.
  

Well it is possible - but what information it can give me?
Could you explain - just to know if this 2 hours is acceptable for this.

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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Michael toth


Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Michael Toth wrote:

 Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Michael Toth wrote:
 Proskurin Kirill wrote:
 Hello all.

 What we have:
 Dell 2950 with FreeBSD-7.0-p9 on it.
 It work as mail server(Exim+Dovecot and so on).
 All latest version from ports.


 After start a production use - it is start to reboot 3-4 times a day
 with no reason. We think what it is a hardware problem.

 We swap RAM - not helps.
 We swap chassis - not helps.
 I rebiuld all ports - not helps.
 (well i notice what it start to be more stable - 1 reboot in 1-2
 days)

 In attach screens of error what i have to catch.


 Can someone say - what it can be or how to find what may cause this?

 Hi,
  Are you by any chance running 'megarc' to check your raid
 controller ?

 Hm

 Port:   megarc-1.51
 Path:   /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
 Info:   LSI Logic's MegaRAID controlling software
 Maint:  gerrit.be...@gmx.de
 B-deps:
 R-deps:
 WWW:http://www.lsilogic.com/products/megaraid/

 Do you think it can work with Dell controller?

 I know it works w/ the Dell controllers, I have also had issues with it
 where it randomly made my machines (all Power Edge 2950 running 7.x)
 core dump

 mail# cd /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
 mail# make install clean
 ===  megarc-1.51 is marked as broken: Running megarc seems to cause
 memory corruption.
 *** Error code 1

 Stop in /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc.
 mail#

 Hm. Do I really need it? :-)

No, you do not really need it, it would just allow you to get
information from the raid controller (and as I said before this port
caused me issues and core dump'd my machines)
I was more trying to get at IF you were running this that if may have
been the cause of your issues.

As someone else has already mentioned you really need to find out if
there is a kernel panic or not and going from there.


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Re: FreeBSD 7.0 reboots on Dell 2950

2009-01-27 Thread Brian A. Seklecki

 mail# cd /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc
 mail# make install clean
 ===  megarc-1.51 is marked as broken: Running megarc seems to cause 
 memory corruption.


We have a PR open on that  - 
ports/130326:

http://groups.google.com/group/lucky.freebsd.ports.bugs/browse_thread/thread/14c7c3b8261e8be7/f8cd79bbd9404609?lnk=raotpli=1


~BAS


 *** Error code 1
 
 Stop in /usr/ports/sysutils/megarc.
 mail#
 
 Hm. Do I really need it? :-)





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