Re: Cobalt Qube2 – lenny+chroot or sid?
"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Well, I guess I have a stable setup. I haven't seen it crashing yet.
> How is it unstable for you?
A reliable way to crash Cobalt Qube2s and RAQs:
dd if=largefile1 of=/dev/zero &
dd if=largefile2 of=/dev/zero &
dd if=largefile3 of=/dev/zero &
dd if=largefile4 of=/dev/zero &
tar -cf - largefile* | netcat otherhost 9999
with the largefiles being a few 100 MB, and a
netcat -l -p 9999 > /dev/null running on otherhost. Sometimes
it's enough to do either the dds or the tar|netcat to lock it up.
The system will crash faster if you have DMA enabled for