[CentOS] Kernel Panic on HP/Compaq ProLiant G7

Fri Mar 25 16:08:50 UTC 2011
m.roth at 5-cent.us <m.roth at 5-cent.us>

Windsor Dave L. (AdP/TEF7) wrote:
> On 3/25/2011 7:51 AM, John Doe wrote:
>> From: Dave Windsor<Dave.Windsor at us.bosch.com>
>>> Today,  there are not high I/O loads.  This server was intended to
>>> replace two  older HP-UX servers.  I had just begun to migrate the
>>> workload to the  new server when the crashes began to occur.  There are
>>> some minor,  sporadic I/O loads but nothing that I would think could
>>> trigger the bug  discussed in your link.  However, I haven't measured
>>> the
>>> workload  closely yet, so there could be spikes.
>> Tried hpdiags?
>> Checked in the bios logs? (hplog -v)
>> If you can, boot on the SmartStart CD and run the diag tests.
>> JD
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> I hadn't thought about the diagnostics on the SmartStart CD - that's a
> good idea.  I'll have to move the workload off to another server first,
> though.

Before you do that, as I suggested before, have you tried impitool? Look
for possibly the oem special commands, or just the alarms or errors. And
ipmitool you can run while the system's still running and available.