[nas-2000] Re: Segmentation faults

  • From: philipp Wehrheim <flipstar@xxxxxxx>
  • To: nas-2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 18:51:55 +0200

Hi Keimix,

just a wild guess.
If you didn't format the HD after the upgrade maybe the
swappartition is not found because of a change in the
partition layout.

cat /proc/swaps

and see if your swap-partition is mounted ...
and you are running out of memory.


Ralf Keimer schrieb:
> Hello List,
> I have a NAS2000 Hardware Revision B (as told by the WebInterface),
> which was originally equipped with Version 1.1.1 Firmware of Raidsonic.
> As described in the Wiki, I upgraded to tinky-2.3.2-mu-01,
> tinky-2.3.2-mu-02, tinky-2.3.2-mu-02.1 respectively and encounter some
> problems.
> The Upgrade process went (apparently) ok. I can login with ssh, can
> setup everything in the webinterface, but when I copy Data to the drive
> I get interrupted connection and sometimes I can't reach the NAS via
> ssh or anything else (even ping to NAS IP not working). Just a reboot is
> helping to restore everything.
> I logged in via ssh and did some looking and sometimes the nas is
> locking up or starts to "misbehave". E.g. normally doing a ls -R lists
> all files recursivly but after a while it just lists the first 10% then
> ends with a segmentation fault.
> I'm working on a linux (Suse10.0) machine connected to the nas over a
> linksys router.
> So here are my Questions:
> - Is anybody else encountering these problems? If no, which hardware
>       revision are you using?
> - Has anybody done a successfull upgrade from version 1.1.1 to
>       tinky-2.3.2?
> - Can somebody give me a hint how to test wether the installed firmware
> is ok? (the checksum of the tinky package was ok)
> All in all I'm suspecting a hardware error, but want to make shure.
> Every Hint is appreciated.
> Greetings Keimix      

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