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Old 02-09-2012, 11:57 PM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#614774: hald-addon-storage causes random lockups by polling optical drive

Hi,

Gergely Kiss wrote:

> The polling mechanism used by hald-addon-storage sometimes makes the system
> unresponsive.
[...]
> - the system responds to ICMP echo requests and TCP-connections
> can be made successfuly - the TCP/IP stack seems to be working
> - running processes don't get any CPU time
> - the crash dump generated by the kernel is never logged, it can only be
> seen on screen
> - typing or switching between VTs isn't working. The only thing that can be
> done when the issue happens is rebooting the machine by using SysR
> commands or
> by pressing the reboot button

Please attach output from "reportbug --template linux-image-$(uname -r)", so
we can get to know your hardware.

It would also be useful to get a complete log of what creates this state.
If you can get a full kernel log (e.g., by using a serial console or
netconsole), that would be helpful.

Thanks and sorry for the slow response,
Jonathan



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Old 02-10-2012, 06:20 AM
Gergely Kiss
 
Default Bug#614774: hald-addon-storage causes random lockups by polling optical drive

Hi Jonathan,

thanks for your reply! Fortunately, the problem is no longer present,
it turned out that it was caused by a hardware failure. After
migrating all data to software RAID and removing the HW RAID
controller from the system, the issue never happened again (all other
hw components remained the same), I think it's safe to close the
report.


Thank you,
Gergely Kiss

On 10 February 2012 01:57, Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Gergely Kiss wrote:
>
>> The polling mechanism used by hald-addon-storage sometimes makes the system
>> unresponsive.
> [...]
>> - the system responds to ICMP echo requests and TCP-connections
>> * can be made successfuly - the TCP/IP stack seems to be working
>> - running processes don't get any CPU time
>> - the crash dump generated by the kernel is never logged, it can only be
>> * seen on screen
>> - typing or switching between VTs isn't working. The only thing that can be
>> * done when the issue happens is rebooting the machine by using SysR
>> * commands or
>> * by pressing the reboot button
>
> Please attach output from "reportbug --template linux-image-$(uname -r)", so
> we can get to know your hardware.
>
> It would also be useful to get a complete log of what creates this state.
> If you can get a full kernel log (e.g., by using a serial console or
> netconsole), that would be helpful.
>
> Thanks and sorry for the slow response,
> Jonathan



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