Red Hat v7.0 randomly reboots Proliant 5500

Red Hat v7.0 randomly reboots Proliant 5500

Post by Ace Swerlin » Sat, 16 Dec 2000 08:08:50

I'm trying to use Red Hat v7.0 on a dual processor 700MHz P3 Compaq ProLiant
5500 system. I had a lot of trouble getting through the install because the
server would just suddenly reboot. I got the system installed but I'm still
having random reboot problems. I downloaded a configuration article from
Compaq's website but their suggestions didn't help. Does anybody have any
ideas how to fix this?

1. Compaq Proliant 5500 keeps rebooting RH 7.1

Anyone had problems with RH7.1 rebooting?

All I have to do is start the machine and leave it running and it will
periodically reboot. I do not even have to be using it.

Configuration: 4x450mhz CPUs, 640meg, 2x9.1GB, 4x4GB hotswap drives. Compaq

Redhat 7.1, kernel 2.4.2-2.

Cannot see anything specific in the logs that might indicate why this keeps
happening. I see messages relating to not having enough MTRRs and rpc
gethostbyname failing and thats about all. This happens with or without the
network connection being up.

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