> What does dmesg say when it plonks over? Kernal panic?
Again ... nothing
All logs show normal running...the first event is
and then boot msgs/etc
Wouldn't mind if I got tonnes of error messages, it's infuriating however
to receieve no errors.
> If you are remotely adminning it, then use netdump to log to another box.
Thanks, I'll look into that tonight.
Unsure how netdump works, but when box dies/halts, it seems pretty bad ...
so won't be able to log to the other box ?
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