[OpenIndiana-discuss] server power cycling at very predictable moments
dkjar at elmira.edu
Sun Nov 6 16:09:55 UTC 2011
Hmmm.... I will avoid updating anything for a couple weeks and see if
it cycles. I bet you might be on to something. Although that would be
a very very MS kind of thing to do. I can't imagine Oracle would
powercycle a server without direct intervention by the user. The NFS
On 11/ 5/11 08:20 PM, James Carlson wrote:
> On 11/4/11 12:18 PM, Daniel Kjar wrote:
>> The oracle board is down so I thought I would throw this out here...
>> every two weeks at 3:20AM my x2200 powercycles.
>> Oct 7 03:21:44 bio2 genunix: [ID 540533 kern.notice] ^MSunOS Release
>> 5.10 Version Generic_144501-19 64-bit
>> Oct 21 03:21:48 bio2 genunix: [ID 540533 kern.notice] ^MSunOS Release
>> 5.10 Version Generic_147441-03 64-bit
>> Nov 4 03:21:51 bio2 genunix: [ID 540533 kern.notice] ^MSunOS Release
>> 5.10 Version Generic_147441-04 64-bit
> Note that the kernel's version number is changing each time. I suspect
> this is caused by an automated installer that is enabled on this system.
> I don't know what they might be calling it these days, but there was a
> product called "Sun Update Manager" that would do this sort of thing.
> Since this is S10 (rather than OpenIndiana or even OpenSolaris), you
> might want to look into that.
Dr. Daniel Kjar
Assistant Professor of Biology
Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
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Elmira, NY 14901
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