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Why would a server lockup knock other servers off the network?

We have a couple dozen Proxmox servers (Proxmox runs on Debian), and about once a month, one of them will have a kernel panic and lock up. The worst part about these lock ups is that when it's a ...
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1answer
214 views

Out-of-memory kernel (3.2.0) panic (Debian 7.3) even though offending process was killed

While attempting a backup of a pretty large folder (450G) to a 2TB drive that's in that server solely as a backup destination rdiff-backup (version 1.2.8 - last marked stable) caused a kernel panic. ...
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167 views

Dell PowerEdge 1950 strange reboot

I have Dell PowerEdge 1950 with debian which reboot without reason, and after reboot BIOS write that "previous shutdown was with error press f1 for continue". First of all, is it possible switch of ...
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1answer
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Debian server locked - find_busiest_group?

Just wondering if anyone sees any clues from the following screen shot as to what might have caused this server to lock up: This server also locked up 6 months ago, and I still have the screen shot ...
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0answers
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Debian server locked - does this console screen shot provide any clues?

I had a server lock up several months ago (actually it's almost been a year). At the time, I only had time to grab a screenshot of the kernel dump: The server has not locked up again, but I am ...
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OpenStack compute nodes kernel panic

I'm fairly new to the OpenStack world and have been working on getting our first cluster up and running. I've primarily been using this document http://wiki.debian.org/OpenStackPuppetHowto among ...
2
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1answer
283 views

Debian Server Kernel Panic - Increasing Frequency

Server first crashed a week ago into a kernel panic and then rebooted, performed an FSCK and then came back up as normal. This then happened again this morning. Same panic, reboot, FSCK and then ...
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1answer
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Is it possible to install a new Kernel on an OS I can't boot into?

I just installed Debian onto an SD card via my laptop. I have now moved that SD card to my server and tried to boot from it. The error it's giving me is: This kernel requires the following features ...
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ext4 in debian 5 (2.6.26)

Is ext4 ready for production usage in debian 5 (with linux kernel version 2.6.26) ? Will it be stable, oops-free and bug-free?