[CentOS-virt] Machine freeze

Mathew S. McCarrell mccarrms at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 23:27:24 UTC 2009

I've discovered what the issue is.

The machine is rebooting when a sector error occurs on one of the drives
that is part of a software RAID where the VMs are currently being stored.

Thanks for the help though.


Mathew S. McCarrell
Clarkson University '10

mccarrms at gmail.com
mccarrms at clarkson.edu

On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 3:19 PM, Ljubomir Ljubojevic <office at plcomputers.net
> wrote:

> Karanbir, can you please, in short, explain to me current status of
> 64-bit CentOS compared to i386? Is it's maturity same as of i386?
> I started to actively use CentOS when 4.2 was last version. My decision
> to use i386-only was based on issues with some (or many?) drivers like
> madwifi for AR5007, it's unavailability for older PC's, my impression in
> that time was that it was not stable enough, and the main thing was
> since I decided to create my own mirror of main and third party
> repositories for internal use, I went with i386.
> What is actual gain in using X86_64? Performance in %? Main advantages
> beside performance? The real question is, does it pay off to spend 20-30
> GB of HDD space for X86_64 if i386 does the job nicely? Just a sentence
> or two would be most appreciated.
> Karanbir Singh wrote:
> > Mathew S. McCarrell wrote:
> >> Well, I'm actually not using a PAExen kernel but I don't believe that I
> >> need to be since I'm running the 64-bit version of CentOS.  Am I
> >> mistaken in that assumption?
> >>
> >
> > Matthew, you are right.
> >
> > Also, the idea of running a PAE kernel on CentOS is non relevant
> >
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