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Mika Dukat mika at visi.com
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>   1. Re: vmware problem took down X on host? (Ted Miller)
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> Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2009 21:31:42 -0500
> From: Ted Miller <limaohio123-CompMailLists at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: [CentOS-virt] vmware problem took down X on host?
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> Tru Huynh wrote:
>>Ted Miller wrote:
>>> I run VMWare server 1.07 on Centos 5.
>
> Upgraded to 2.0 now.
>
>>> Last night I left a Windows 2000
>>> virtual machine doing a ClamWin scan of drive M: when I went to bed 
>>> around
>>> midnight.  Drive M: is actually a volume on the Centos 5 host, mounted 
>>> via
>>> Samba.  It has about 40Gb of photos on it, plus a few other things.  I 
>>> had
>>> the VM up visible in the VMWare Server Console running under KDE on 
>>> display
>>> 8 (X session #1), my usual configuration.
>
>> why don't you just run clamscan from CentOS to the local storage instead
>> of using a guest OS on vmware server + clamwin + samba? ;)
>
> I have to have it installed to do the C: drive on the VM, so just ran it 
> on
> the mounted volumes too.  I can do it all via that install, but an install
> on Centos cannot do the virtual drive.  I don't want to maintain two
> installs when one will do fine.
>
>>> This morning when I looked in on it the screen was not responsive.  The
>>> keyboard seemed to be working (num lock would go on and off, though
>>> sometimes with some delay).
>
>> some kernel panic lights (sos in morse?)
>
> No, normal keyboard lights.  I tried NumLock when I could not get the
> monitor to come on, to see if there was any life.  The NumLock light did
> respond to the NumLock key, so I knew that the kernel was still running.
>
> In my original post I detailed how I was eventually able to get a bash
> console to come up, and get the computer to reboot.
>
>>> After the reboot, things seem pretty normal.  However, I found this in
>>> /var/log/messages, and wonder what they mean, especially the one at
>>> 04:02:08 about debug info.
>
>> X server crashed (nvidia driver crashed? or hardware issue on the video 
>> card or
>> the mainboard) then samba crashed
>
> I updated the nvidia driver.  Did have one other Xserver crash today.
> Didn't loose anything important, just all of the sudden got flipped out to
> the login prompt.  I had another Xserver terminal open, but it was not
> affected by that crash.
>
> Ted Miller
> Indiana, USA
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