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[Xen-users] unexpectedly crash...

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  • From: Alberto Asuero Arroyo <albertoasuero@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 15:42:35 +0200
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My xen 3.3.1 dom0 crashes unexpectedly  every week!, I've a dell powered 2900 III  with a PERC 5/9i RAID controller. It works for a few days , then it goes into black and the raid controller leds are fixed at green (no blinking at all).

I've 48 GB of memory so I don't think that the problem is a memory problem. I've set  dom0-min-mem  to 2024. And the errors continue...One day I forgot put the firewall on and the auth.log shows ssh authentications failures (dictionary attacks without success), however the last command doesn't show any login succesfully. May somebody be doing something that freeze the dom0 (I dont see nothing in the log)?

I'm using the following drivers:

    Device Drivers  --->
                    SCSI device support  --->
                        <*> SCSI device support      
                             SCSI low-level drivers  --->
                                [*] LSI Logic New Generation RAID Device Drivers
                                    <*>   LSI Logic Management Module (New Driver)                    
                                    <*>     LSI Logic MegaRAID Driver (New Driver) 
                                <*> LSI Logic MegaRAID SAS RAID Module

I've checked all system logs and they seem to be fine so I can't determine where is the error.

How can I know the causes of this crash??


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