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Old 09-27-2012, 11:26 AM   #1
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Help With Partial Stack Trace of System Lock Up


I have a server that I am maintaining that has an intermittent crash. In the past it has just rebooted on its own, not ideal but not the end of the world. Logs have shown nothing useful to me, and finally this time it crashed with a partial stack trace. The machine was completely locked up at the time so this was all I could get.

Is there anyone that can help me here, or possibly give me advice for next time it happens?

I am happy to route around for further logs etc. The machine has now been rebooted exactly once with no issues but I cannot find any logs for the previous session.




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