How about crash dumps?
On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 4:50 PM, Peter Wood <peterwood...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm sorry. I should have mentioned it that I can't find any errors in the
> logs. The last entry in /var/adm/messages is that I removed the keyboard
> after the last reboot and then it shows the new boot up messages when I
> boot up the system after the crash. The BIOS log is empty. I'm not sure how
> to check the IPMI but IPMI is not configured and I'm not using it.
> Just another observation - the crashes are more intense the more data the
> system serves (NFS).
> I'm looking into FRMW upgrades for the LSI now.
> On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 8:40 AM, Will Murnane <will.murn...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> Does the Supermicro IPMI show anything when it crashes? Does anything
>> show up in event logs in the BIOS, or in system logs under OI?
>> On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 11:34 AM, Peter Wood <peterwood...@gmail.com>wrote:
>>> I have two identical Supermicro boxes with 32GB ram. Hardware details at
>>> the end of the message.
>>> They were running OI 151.a.5 for months. The zpool configuration was one
>>> storage zpool with 3 vdevs of 8 disks in RAIDZ2.
>>> The OI installation is absolutely clean. Just next-next-next until done.
>>> All I do is configure the network after install. I don't install or enable
>>> any other services.
>>> Then I added more disks and rebuild the systems with OI 151.a.7 and this
>>> time configured the zpool with 6 vdevs of 5 disks in RAIDZ.
>>> The systems started crashing really bad. They just disappear from the
>>> network, black and unresponsive console, no error lights but no activity
>>> indication either. The only way out is to power cycle the system.
>>> There is no pattern in the crashes. It may crash in 2 days in may crash
>>> in 2 hours.
>>> I upgraded the memory on both systems to 128GB at no avail. This is the
>>> max memory they can take.
>>> In summary all I did is upgrade to OI 151.a.7 and reconfigured zpool.
>>> Any idea what could be the problem.
>>> Thank you
>>> -- Peter
>>> Supermicro X9DRH-iF
>>> Xeon E5-2620 @ 2.0 GHz 6-Core
>>> LSI SAS9211-8i HBA
>>> 32x 3TB Hitachi HUS723030ALS640, SAS, 7.2K
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