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Troubleshooting method

OK, I'm about to pull my hair out over this, so I'm hoping someone here can give me a clue.

I've got a server that is currently running Debian Woody.  It's been running since potato first went stable, upgraded to woody about 9 months ago.  But, in the last month, I've had to reboot it twice.
It just stops working.  All services are un-accessable...SSH, Apache, & dns.  The funny thing is you can still ping the IP and it answers, but everything else stops.

Un fortunately I have no console access.  I'm in Europe, and the Box is in the US.  But, when I get the co-lo people to reboot it, The logs show nothing out of the ordinary.

I'm thinking it could be bad memory, or the SCSI card going out, but how do I tell from here?

Anyone have any suggestions on how to trouble shoot this?


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