Re: strange reboot on woody
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- Subject: Re: strange reboot on woody
- From: Haim Ashkenazi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 13:21:01 +0200
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François TOURDE wrote:
> Le 12383ième jour après Epoch,
> Haim Ashkenazi écrivait:
>> I've got a server at our ISP's server farm which rebooted last night.
>> I've contact my ISP and no one there did nothing, also it wasn't a power
>> failure because the reboot is written in '/var/log/syslog':
>> ov 26 22:26:16 ns-ilweb1 init: Switching to runlevel: 6
>> Nov 26 22:26:19 ns-ilweb1 qmail: 1069878379.427182 status: exiting
>> Nov 26 22:26:20 ns-ilweb1 ntpd: ntpd exiting on signal 15
>> Nov 26 22:26:22 ns-ilweb1 exiting on signal 15
>> Nov 26 22:28:09 ns-ilweb1 syslogd 1.4.1#10: restart.
>> I've run chkrootkit (last version from unstable) and it didn't find
>> anything. I've gone to the logs and didn't see nothing suspicious.
>> (messages, wtmp, faillog, authlog, kern.log).
>> also, nothing suspicious in '/root/bash_history'.
>> Is there anything else I can do to check why it rebooted suddenly?
> See if some PowerSaving is connected to the machine, if some ISP's
> admin tried to do CTRL+ALT+DEL on a wrong keyboard, for example.
I've already asked them that, but even if that what's happened, they didn't