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by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] People, necessary of the aid of you. I have here in a customer, one compaq prosignia 200 with one an Array SCSI(SL2-Controller using Raid 0) that always after the of backup job that I programmed entire home system for the 20:00, starts to give the follow error messages bellow (at bottom). The question is: It will be that the Array beating the boots(potrtuguese expression), ops in english : Will be that this disk this in the end of its life? Or there are some conflict between controller Array versus dat unit? Remembering that the Array will count 5 disks of 2GB (therefore Raid 0 without reduncy), and ja has one 6 years of age. However the controller is newer. I need to know if already he is in the hour to change my disks, or my micron badly is configured. Messages logs to init a controller, thats ok : Jan 3 12:40:04 jupiter kernel: cpqarray ida/c0d0: blksz=512 nr_blks=20979360 Jan 3 12:40:04 jupiter kernel: ida/c0d0: p1 Jan 3 15:38:36 jupiter kernel: cpqarray ida/c0d0: blksz=512 nr_blks=20979360 Jan 3 15:38:36 jupiter kernel: ida/c0d0: p1 Jan 3 15:48:34 jupiter kernel: cpqarray ida/c0d0: blksz=512 nr_blks=20979360 Jan 3 15:48:34 jupiter kernel: ida/c0d0: p1 Jan 3 15:51:51 jupiter kernel: cpqarray ida/c0d0: blksz=512 nr_blks=20979360 Jan 3 15:51:51 jupiter kernel: ida/c0d0: p1 Message that appear 13 minutes after start backup job : Jan 3 20:13:02 jupiter kernel: Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Jan 3 20:13:16 jupiter kernel: Non Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Jan 3 20:13:19 jupiter kernel: Non Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Jan 3 20:13:30 jupiter kernel: Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Jan 3 20:13:43 jupiter kernel: Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Jan 3 20:13:46 jupiter kernel: Non Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Jan 3 20:13:58 jupiter kernel: Fatal error on

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Cabling Data Center Distributed Antenna Systems Passive Optical Network Special Systems Security Audio & Video Led Lighting Managed Consulting Services Service Desk Outsourcing Staff Augmentation Technical Consulting Property Management Facility Management Property Management Critical Facility Audits Maintenance https://itsupportconsulting.com/cant-get-your-linux-server-to-reboot/ Services Verticals Healthcare Gaming Enterprise Critical Facilities (Data Centers, Manufacturing) Government Blog Partners Manufacturers Distribution Consulting About History Locations Benefits Careers Can't get your linux server to reboot Home / https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos/2005-August/008398.html Asterisk / Can't get your linux server to reboot Can't get your linux server to reboot jeremy whittaker Feb 9, 2009 I currently ran into a problem with my voice server kernel non which runs asterisk on a linux platform. I receive the following error after trying to reboot: # reboot bash: /sbin/reboot: Input/output error # shutdown -r now bash: /sbin/shutdown: Input/output error From my understanding this problem is most common related to problems with the hard drives in the server. I was able to get these commands to work after I did a kernel non fatal remote reboot through my APC rebooter website. If the server was located locally I would have manually rebooted it. Upon further investigation I checked my /var/log/messages file. I found the following: Feb 9 00:13:15 voice kernel: Non Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Feb 9 00:13:15 voice kernel: Fatal error on ida/c0d0 Feb 9 00:13:15 voice kernel: Buffer I/O error on device ida/c0d0p2, logical block 3823704 Feb 9 00:13:15 voice kernel: lost page write due to I/O error on ida/c0d0p2 I actually think the problem here is due to the fact that someone is port scanning my server which is some how locking up all of my resources. See my next blog for what I did to correct the problem. Share Home Solutions Information Technology Hyperconverged Infrastructure Disaster Recovery Security and IT Consulting Enterprise Networking Collaboration Data Center Cloud Cloud Services Communications Structured Cabling Data Center Distributed Antenna Systems Passive Optical Network Special Systems Security Audio & Video Led Lighting Managed Consulting Services Service Desk Outsourcing Staff Augmentation Technical Consulting Property Management Facility Management Property Management Critical Facility Audits Maintenance Services Verticals Healthcare

expert guideance needed on arrays with CentOS 4 installed on dual processor compaq server Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] greetings, as most know i have some older dual processor Compaq playtoys that i am deploying CentOS 4 on and doing some real world'ish simulation of failure and regular server environment testing. i have searched www on some things to no avail so off to the experts for some guideance please? case of: a dual Pentium 3 processor 1850R with a smart array 221 controller and quantity (4) 18 Gig SCSI hard drives in default specs RAID5 array created by the controller and Compaq Smartstart CD and i set the RAID rebuild to "highest priority"... Then, i do a custom install without Gnome or KDE of course. linux text lowres nousb nousbstorage skipddc install CentOS 4 using autopartition with a /boot 1024MB i.e. 1Gig / approx 50,000MB i.e. 50Gig everything installed perfect and i rpm --import /usr/share/doc/centos-release-4/RPM-GPG-KEY imported the key and do a full yum update to latest greatest CentOS 4 packages.... Now, i am trying to get some perspective and pointers so i can learn more how to better understand what i really have here. i know i have a lot to learn in regards to managing RAID5 on CentOS 4 Should I have autopartitioned? Is LVM the best way to manage RAID5 on CentOS? What other tools are there on a default CentOS 4 install to manage my array? What tools should i install with yum install to learn more and help me with this situation? If i shutdown the machine, and yank out any drive, and replace it with an identical drive and fire the unit back up, it asks me if i want to rebuild the data. Are these Compaq arrays "hot swap" like i think they are? How "long" does that usually take for it to rebuild by the controller? Hours? Days? Months? ;-> Remember, this is a (4) 18gig drive system. Should I allow the machine to be in production, online, up and running while it is rebuilding the 4th disk? Yes, I get the error from the kernel... non fatal error on ida/c0d0 ....while the machine appears to be rebuilding the 4th disk in the array... What other CentOS software tools should I be aware of to help me here? I really really appreciate your help and pointers and will go check out all of the documentation that you folks will point me to. Please remember, these boxes are not "in production" right now, so this is not an emergency, yet i am trying to simulate a production environment for obvious reaasons. Thank you in advance and kind regards, - rh -- Robert Hanson Abba Commu

 

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