[CentOS] Re: memorial day kernel panic

Tue May 27 15:39:49 UTC 2008
Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com>

on 5-27-2008 4:02 AM sbeam spake the following:
> On Monday 26 May 2008 14:19, Frank Cox wrote:
>> I would look at the hardware and the immediate environment.
>> Overheat? Power supply dying or stuck fans? Bad ram or dirty connectors? 
>> Etc.
> Unit is in a climate-controlled datacenter, and it is practically brand-new. 
> (4 weeks). I'll check the fans and ps voltage. Meantime it crashed again last 
> night.
> Any chance the RAID controller is to blame for this (3ware 7006)? or should I 
> swap out the RAM as a first step? 
Running memtest for 24 hours should be enough to test the ram.
A 3ware 7006 is a fairly old card. Does it have the latest bios available from 
You could always eliminate the 3ware controller by installing a drive on 
whatever built in controller it has.

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