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The account also needs permission to logon. Try granting it the "Allow logon locally" Windows right to the domain controller (Default Domain Controller Policy).
As it happens in this instance, the datacenter had rebooted the box due to abuse notifications, which were based on previous activity of the IP address before I'd got it...
You can enable kernel crash dump : you will be able to analyse the dump after the next reboot to see what happens if it is due to a kernel panic.
you can get some information about your raid with lspci and dmidecode, knowing the model of your server and having some information about the hardware configuration will help you to define the raid controller you use! If you send those data, we may try to find a solution with you :) Cheers, Julian
Seagate uses SER (Seek_Error_Rate) to code two distinct counters: 16 high weight bits are used for Seek Error Count, and 32 low weight bits used for a Seek count. You would prefer hexadecimal display to ease your reading of these two counters (6 nibbles = 2 for error count + 4 for seek count). RRER (Raw_Read_Error_Rate) does not show an incremental counter, ...
I add this as a pointer to some more relevant research, which is newer than the Google work, and seems to have some rigour to its methodology. Backblaze, the storage pod people, have done an analysis of failure rate vs. temperature by drive model, and find in most cases no correlation. For three models, (two Seagate Barracudas and a Hitachi Deskstar), the ...
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