Re: [bitfolk] [andy@bitfolk.com: Re: Host "hen" crashed agai…

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Author: Andy Smith
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Subject: Re: [bitfolk] [andy@bitfolk.com: Re: Host "hen" crashed again (Was: Re: Host "hen" unexpectedly rebooted 2018-11-26 22:24)]

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Hello,

On Fri, Dec 21, 2018 at 07:20:08PM +0000, Andy Smith wrote:
> I have contacted that customer to let them know I'll [be]
> segregating their VPS onto test hardware in the next 6 hours.


10 days later, this guest crashed the test server. I wouldn't
normally be happy that a server has crashed but at least the problem
can be replicated now with that one guest¹.

The test server has now been booted with the configuration that was
suggested may avoid the problem, so it's now a matter of waiting to
see if that is the case. I think the longest we've gone without
issue has been 14 days.

Cheers,
Andy

¹ I should stress again that I don't believe the guest is doing
anything malicious, it's just doing something to tickle a bug that
nobody else seems to be doing. I suspect that potentially any
guest on any server could do this at any time.

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