Now its even worse, the PBX box keeps on rebooting. Let me see what the
Vendor has to say about it. Anything on our end now will be treated with
On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 2:55 PM, <ml10022 at adreyer.com> wrote:
> Conor Wynne wrote:
> > On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Andrew McGill <list2008 at lunch.za.net> >wrote:
> >> On Tuesday 09 September 2008 00:49:46 Walter Faleiro wrote:
> >>> I tried to run the command netstat -tap | grep LISTEN on the asterix
> >>> The Centos 5.x system gave kernel panic. When I contacted the vendor he
> >>> said the OS is modified and we should not be running commands like
> >> netstat.
> >>> This is nonsense that I am hearing.
> > Total and utter nonsense. Now I know sweet FA about asterix, but I think
> > have some big issues there. Running netstat should not cause a panic.
> > a hardware issue somehere, else dodgy GA release kernels or some such.
> > Update it first, then memtest.
> > How exactly is the OS modified when netstat is a part of the base OS
> > install?
> > I don't think even a minimal install would omit it...
>> Hi Andrew,
>> Am I correct in assuming that you have a non-standard kernel module
>> 1. Unload all kernel modules that are not part of the original kernel
> and test again.
>> 2. Install diskdump, netdump or kdump and collect the dump
>> 3. use the "crash" utility and look at which part of the kernel the
> problem appears (kernel module, function..)
>> 4. search the kernel bugzilla for any known issues in that area
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