snorri_dj at operamail.com
Fri Apr 9 01:38:22 UTC 2004
On Thu, 08 Apr 2004 14:55:33 -0700, Rick Stevens
<rstevens at vitalstream.com> wrote:
>> Actually, not sure its anything to do with updatedb now. Seems my root
>> is getting a little unstable. A couple of minutes later I got rpm going
>> into uninterruptable sleep as well, so I tried an rpm -qa <xxx> with
>> both my
>> regular user and my root user. Regular user's command worked fine, but
>> root one went into uninterruptable sleep.
>> Rebooted the computer (couldn't think of any other way or
>> reinitialising the
>> root user) and everything works fine as root again. Be interesting to
>> if the problem comes up again.
> Check the free space on your root filesystem. It may be getting full.
> That can cause a number of weirdnesses. Also check the root user's
Still 3 gig left, and nothing but the usual logwatches in mail. Guess the
best thing is to wait and see if it happens again and try and catch
if it has anything to do with what I was doing at the time.
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