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[RAQ4] RAQ reboots automatically
I've got a strange thing with our RAQ since a couple of days. It reboots itself automatically. I don't have a clue why it reboots itself.
There is no hugh load or lots of processes.
There is no pattern in it.
With the "last" commando i see:
reboot system boot 2.2.16C37_III Sun May 30 21:45 (00:58)
In the control panel i can see that RaQ4-All-Kernel Release 2.0.1-2.2.16C37-III-1 is installed. Is there anyway I can see when exactly this is installed and if this is the cause of all problems?
I don't have any other clue. Any suggestion would be more then welcome. Thanks a lot in advance for thinking with me what this could be.
Check to make sure both fans are working.
You think it is hardware? I should receive an e-mail when the server or processor gets too hot, dont I?
Diskspace is ok too. Logfiles don't get me further either. Is there anyway I can see in a logfile or whatsoever if a proces is rebooting the system?
Please check to ensure all fans are working like Michael suggested (physically go take a look). It could be overtemping. You can't always depend on it to warn you.
The RaQ4 will not email you when it gets to hot. We had a RaQ4 that would reboot at certain times(the hottest) of the day.
Sometimes it would reboot every 10 minutes for an hour straight. It turned out it was rebooting itself when it got too hot.
To see the temperature of the processor, execute the following command while logged into a shell:
/bin/cat /proc/cpuinfo |/bin/grep temperature
It sais 63,5 degree. Is this normal? I shouldn't know what a AMD should do.
How about systemtemp. Is that measurable too?
The processor temperature on our RaQ4 is 30.5 degrees. I'd suggest checking to see if your fans are working.
Not sure about systemtemp.
Hmm, i think the **** hit the fan.
Solved the problem. It was the fan indeed.
We've used this in a cron job before.....
cat /proc/cpuinfo |grep temp|mail -s "cpu temp" [email protected]
To temp. monitor temps.
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