Art/Steve, This could be a red herring, but I decided to graze bugzilla looking for answers to the following frequently occuring /var/log/messages; init: PANIC: segmentation violation at 0x48069288! sleeping for 30 seconds and I found; <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=127830> which seems potentially related in that this is an NFS issue that they pin on an underlying RPC problem (that's what we might have, right?) Here are two excerpts from the bug; > Steve, the "init: PANIC: segmentation violation" message doesn't > originate from the kernel. My guess is that this was a symptom > of the RPC buffer allocation failure. Plus, since the trigger > for the problem is an NFS access, it's less likely to be related > to any VM issue. > Additional Comment #6 From Ernie Petrides on 2004-09-18 02:07 > A fix for this problem has just been committed to the RHEL3 U4 > patch pool this evening (in kernel version 2.4.21-20.7.EL). It appears the next OS update has this fix included. Let me know if this is too much of a reach... mike On Oct 12, 3:09pm, Arthur A. Person wrote: > Subject: Re: 20041011: rpc.ldmd signal 11s > Steve, > > On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Steve Emmerson wrote: > > > Mike, > > > >> Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 12:50:43 -0600 > >> From: "Mike Schmidt" <address@hidden> > >> To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> > >> Subject: Re: 20041011: rpc.ldmd signal 11s > >> Keywords: 200408311254.i7VCsh8E018445 > > > > The above message contained the following: > > > >> The system is running RedHat's rhnsd which keeps patches up-to-date. > > > > Well then, that leaves the possibility of a software bug in the RPC or > > networking libraries, or a bug in the kernel, or a hardware bug. > > I guess that pretty much narrows it down :) > > Since I've seen this crash on another "unrelated" system running the same > OS, I guess I would conclude a hardware problem is unlikely (assuming it's > the same type of crash). That brings us down to the RedHat EL > environment. Maybe it's "over"-patched... :o > > Art. > > > > > Regards, > > Steve Emmerson > > > > Arthur A. Person > Research Assistant, System Administrator > Penn State Department of Meteorology > email: address@hidden, phone: 814-863-1563 >-- End of excerpt from Arthur A. Person
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