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Old 30th November 2009, 15:07
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Default dom0 rebooting without any reason

Hello,

I have some kind of problem with my xen server.
Here is some basic info:
cat /proc/version
Linux version 2.6.26-2-xen-686 (Debian 2.6.26-17lenny2) (dannf@debian.org)
4gb ram
xeon 2ghz

two domus: with 2048 and 256 of memory.


Now, every two hours or so dom0 reboots without any reason, no log messages, nothing. If i stop xend (xend stop) then server works without any reboots perfectly. Please help me to identify problem, i know it is difficult because i have no information what can cause it. Hardware was tested throughtly for two weeks - everything is perfect.
It works without any gliches with xend started too except rebooting 'thing'.
Is there any way to 'catch dump' when that happens? (unfortunately kernel has no errors too)

Sincerely,
me
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