[CentOS] Another server hosed

William Warren hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com
Wed Mar 29 11:58:15 UTC 2006

or have a RAC card of some kind..:)

Benjamin Smith wrote:
> I'd really like to know what this turned out to be...
> I had an issue a while back where a kernel update caused a server to fail 
> reboot - something about the combination of SCSI, Software RAID, and Grub. I 
> had to run a grub script from the console to get it all back up. (Making an 
> emergency plane ride worthwhile as well as fun!) 
> The most recent kernel update did not cause any problems. 
> My advice? Don't host more than about 2-4 hour drive from home... 
> -Ben 
> On Friday 24 March 2006 12:41, centos at 911networks.com wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Just upgraded a remote 4.1 server [basically Samba] with yum 
>> update. Went through the process and every showed OK, when I did 
>> a restart, the only thing working is ping. I could ping it, but 
>> that's it.
>> Could not connect anymore through SSH, could not connect through 
>> SMB. My smb.conf is still there and it still shows my settings. 
>> Testparm -L reports the correct info, but nobody can connect.
>> I now have the server being shipped back. Anybody also having 
>> problems?
>> -- 
>> Thanks
>> http://www.911networks.com
>> When the network has to work
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Isa 54:17  No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and 
every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt 
condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their 
righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.

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