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version 6.8.3 crashes after 15 minues syslog attached

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Here is my syslog, I upgraded from 6.6.7 to 6.8.3 and now my server becomes unresponsive after 15 minutes and my dockers timeout from a web browser (plex, sonarr, radarr, etc.) syslog

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Go to Tools - Diagnostics and attach the complete Diagnostics ZIP file to your NEXT post in this thread.

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What kind of server is this?  I've never seen so many NVIDIA components in an lspci.txt file before ;-).  Also noticing two marvell controllers in there which are notorious for causing problems if IOMMU is enabled on the motherboard.  What I would suggest is to stay on the version that's working for now or try to upgrade to 6.9-beta to see if the upgraded Linux kernel yields better results.  Could be there is an issue with a device driver that you're using in 6.8.3.  Lastly, if the issue persists, you can upgrade and then attach a monitor and keyboard to your server.  When it boots, login to the command line and enter the following:


/tail/var/log/syslog -f


This will begin printing the system log out to the screen and when it crashes, it should show the last message before the crash which could be a key indicator as to what's going on.

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Here is the pdf of the ebay listing with part numbers, I ran it for about 130 days uptime before shutting it down to install a new drive. I can try to install the 6.9 beta and see if that helps. Is IOMMU something I need? I'm not familiar with it. I believe I was on version 6.7.3 since it was the last version that was stable for me.  eBay listing (3).pdf

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17 hours ago, sch1308 said:

Is IOMMU something I need?

Not if you don't passthru hardware to a VM

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