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Re: NetBSD host rebooting automatically.
On Wed, 2013-09-04 at 16:53 -0300, Adiel de Lima Ribeiro wrote:
> On Tue, 2013-09-03 at 20:19 +0200, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> > On Tue, Sep 03, 2013 at 06:14:40PM +0200, Roger Pau Monné wrote:
> > > On 03/09/13 18:10, Adiel de Lima Ribeiro wrote:
> > > > I redirected my Host log files from console to a file, there isn't
> > > > nothing different from this:
> > >
> > > You need a serial console if you want to capture panics, as they won't
> > > be redirected to the disk (because the kernel has panicked).
> > This is even more true if the hypervisor panicked (the hypervisor has no
> > way to write to disk).
> > if it's NetBSD which panics, please try
> > sysctl -w ddb.onpanic=1
> > this way, instead of rebooting, the system will stay at the debugger prompt
> > and you can catch the panic message on screnn assuming you didn't start X11.
> Thank you guys for the quick answer, I'll try these tips, but a little
> different, I can attach a VGA monitor to my NetBSD server and see the
> debug screen if it occurs.
> But, first I'll try this configuration on my xl.conf:
> ## Global XL config file ##
> # automatically balloon down dom0 when xen doesn't have enough free
> # memory to create a domain
> # full path of the lockfile used by xl during domain creation
> # default vif script
> # default output format used by "xl list -l"
> # first block device to be used for temporary VM disk mounts
> # default option to run hotplug scripts from xl
> # if disabled the old behaviour will be used, and hotplug scripts will
> # launched by udev.
> And finally, if I wont have success, I'll try to enable de
I think that I resolved my problem, if it appears again, I will post
here. I was with /var and /var/log each one in your respective
partition, after I removed the /var/log partition and let this directory
in /var partition, the problem dissapeared.
Adiel de Lima Ribeiro
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