Our web server ran into the following error:
Apr 4 07:42:05 hydrogen2 kernel: scsi1: ERROR on channel 0, id 15, lun 0, CDB:
Read (10) 00 00 00 31 07 00 00 08 00
Apr 4 07:42:05 hydrogen2 kernel: Info fld=0x310c, Current sd08:31: sense key
Apr 4 07:42:05 hydrogen2 kernel: Additional sense indicates Read retries
Apr 4 07:42:05 hydrogen2 kernel: I/O error: dev 08:31, sector 12488
Apr 4 07:42:05 hydrogen2 kernel: Assertion failure in
journal_bmap_Rsmp_db01a852() at journal.c:602: "ret != 0"
I will include a more complete log message as an attachment.
This was during a time of heavy activity. I don't really know what things were
like just before the error, but after the error the server didn't have enough
sockets available and it had some 200 processes fighting for the CPU.
We rebooted the server about a half hour after the error occured. During this
half hour, Apache (with PHP) was still running just fine. But you couldn't
telnet to localhost - we didn't try the machine's name or IP address.
According to our mount file, our ethernet card is an eepro100.
Created attachment 52207 [details]
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