It's a server.. do you have nfs and smb shares off it? Are they being
used by other busy servers? Sometimes smb gets stuck when an NT box goes
Squid brought the system down? Were there files created in /lost+found/
and did you look at them? I had some trouble with nfs on my Debian and
RH boxes at home and "kudzu" now seg faults, probably because a bit of
it or some config file got thrown into lost+found..
Dermot Canniffe wrote:
>> A couple of days ago one of my debian boxes developed problems in it's swap,
> and squid brought the system down. I made a new swap space and everything,
> but now there are some problems;
>> * fsck is called twice during bootup.This is fine the first time, but the second
> time it' called all the filesystems are mounted and fsck exits with an error.
> I'm then asked to press Ctrl-D to continue. For a server machine that I don't
> want to connect to a monitor/keybaord this ain't ideal ;)
> * The runlevel comes out as unknown.
> * When the system goes down for reboot, it doesn't seem to unmount partitions
> any more. which means fsck has to run fully on a lot of disk space.
>> Anyone have an idea what gives?
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