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OK - as a noobie poster I hope I do this right ;)

 

Version 4.7 running on a HP N36l microserver ethernetted via a TPlink gigabit ethernet switch to Macmini running Lion 10.7.2

Ive had a few hiccups along the way with this set up, but now that I have Unmenu visible via Firefox I'm happier.

 

Situation is this;

 

I try and copy a few large media files (over 4gb) to a share and the server drops out after a few seconds. Nothing works - its not visible via Telnet or browser and the smb link disappears in the osx finder. All I can do is hold down the power on the Microserver and do a hard reset to get up and running.

 

I've had more success NOT copying using the share link in the finder ie, copying to Disk 1 in the finder. This way I can copy up to 16G at a time without this problem happening. But then seemingly randomly, it happens again.

 

Syslog is attached to any help would be awesome!

syslog.txt

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Nothing definitive here, but a couple things - noticed some parity errors. Once the box is up and running - run a full parity check on it. Also noticed, it is running DHCP and getting IP from the Mac - why not set a static IP on your box. Not sure what the lease time was, but might make it a bit more stable.

 

Shawn

 

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Also noticed, it is running DHCP and getting IP from the Mac - why not set a static IP on your box. Not sure what the lease time was, but might make it a bit more stable.

Ta for the reply.

Do I just change that under Network in the Tower settings?

If I set it to static can I keep the address already assigned?

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My Comcast Cable Modem & Router does not have a section for assigning a specific IP address, all it has is the starting & ending IP address used for DHCP. However it has an option in the duration for the lease to assign the given IP address forever. Would that have the same results as assigning a static IP address in the router?

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My Comcast Cable Modem & Router does not have a section for assigning a specific IP address, all it has is the starting & ending IP address used for DHCP. However it has an option in the duration for the lease to assign the given IP address forever. Would that have the same results as assigning a static IP address in the router?

Yes. Assign it forever.

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Use the telnet and "tail" method to collect the syslog after a freeze: http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=9880.0

 

Done. Here is the last session. At 10.24 I started copying 18GB of data. Then it dropped out.

 

Nov  8 08:18:43 Tower login[29572]: ROOT LOGIN  on `pts/0' from `192.168.2.1'

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: shcmd (22): rm /etc/samba/smb-shares.conf >/dev/null 2>&1

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: shcmd (23): cp /etc/exports- /etc/exports

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower shfs: duplicate object: /mnt/disk2/./.apdisk

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower shfs: duplicate object: /mnt/disk2/./._.DS_Store

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower shfs: duplicate object: /mnt/disk2/./.DS_Store

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: get_config_idx: fopen /boot/config/shares/Documents.cfg: No such file or directory - assigning defaults

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: get_config_idx: fopen /boot/config/shares/Installers.cfg: No such file or directory - assigning defaults

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: get_config_idx: fopen /boot/config/shares/Pictures.cfg: No such file or directory - assigning defaults

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: shcmd (24): killall -HUP smbd

Nov  8 08:22:24 Tower emhttp: shcmd (25): /etc/rc.d/rc.nfsd restart | logger

Nov  8 10:24:19 Tower kernel: mdcmd (29): spindown 0

Nov  8 10:24:19 Tower kernel: mdcmd (30): spindown 1

 

 

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