On Tue, 2007-05-29 at 10:24 -0600, Tim Donnelly wrote:
I am using Suse 10.2 on two different machines. One
is a new Dell
Poweredge 2970, the other is an older (2002) "no-name" server.
I have the same problem with two machines, one a dual core x86_64 and a
AMD XP2000 ... self built together and working 2 and 5 years
Both have experienced a strange and severe problem
since I installed
i had it with SuSE 9.3, 10.0, 10.1 (Boxed Novell purchased version) and
now with OpenSUSE 10.2
Basically the file system is put into a read-only state.
This I noticed only now with OpenSUSE 10.2, the others just locked up
While the OS and all apps are still running and I can
log in a view
files/logs etc. nothing can write to the disks.
I could only log in ssh from another machine.
Obviously this causes all kinds of problems. The only
way to get the
filesystem into a more interactive state is a hard reboot.
The first two times this occurred, there were messages in
the /var/log/messages file relating to megasas,
I did not see it at all. The x86_64 system has SATA, and the other IDE
however as soon as the system was restarted, these
Until some days later perhaps. I have excessive problems with some
versions of Evolution and the newest OpenOffice 2.2 running high disk
access, then no access to the system is possible; the disks are in
constant access (LED permanently on). Just the M$ reset trick works.
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