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Hello Everybody; At the last time one of my servers have an automatic reboot by itself and i dont why ?? Here are the output of the 'last' command; [root@jester ...
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    System reboot by itself!


    Hello Everybody;

    At the last time one of my servers have an automatic reboot by itself and i dont why ??

    Here are the output of the 'last' command;

    [root@jester ~]# last
    root pts/0 xx.xx.xx.xx Sat Dec 8 18:10 - 18:16 (00:05)
    reboot system boot 2.6.9-55.0.6.ELs Sat Dec 8 17:31 (2+17:32)
    root pts/0 xx.xx.xx.xx Sat Dec 8 16:45 - crash (00:46)
    reboot system boot 2.6.9-55.0.6.ELs Sat Dec 8 16:41 (2+18:22)
    root pts/0 xx.xx.xx.xx Sat Dec 8 16:12 - crash (00:2
    reboot system boot 2.6.9-55.0.6.ELs Sat Dec 8 16:10 (2+18:53)
    reboot system boot 2.6.9-55.0.6.ELs Sat Dec 8 14:53 (2+20:10)
    root pts/2 xx.xx.xx.xx Fri Dec 7 12:08 - 12:29 (00:20)
    root pts/1 xx.xx.xx.xx Fri Dec 7 12:08 - 12:42 (00:33)
    root pts/0 xx.xx.xx.xx Fri Dec 7 12:08 - 12:27 (00:1
    reboot system boot 2.6.9-55.0.6.ELs Fri Dec 7 12:04 (3+22:59)

    In google i've read about it and they says this could be when the servers load is too high, but its not a certain diagnostic...

    Well any tip or help, will be very helpfully!.

    Regards!

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    Well I did get this when my CPU was overheated.

    So, well server CPUs get really hot (outs hits the 126C (259F))

    hope that helps.

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    But when you get this,were your server rebooted by itself too??

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    Yea, thats since the CPU says.
    Its to hot in here and I think ill take a break.
    So the CPU stops. Then the RAM piles up and does nothing.. Now the System Either hangs or Reboots.
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    Failing memory can cause system reboots, too, so you might want to run some memory tests.
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