[Lustre-discuss] Lustre-discuss Digest, Vol 35, Issue 5

Brian J. Murrell Brian.Murrell at Sun.COM
Thu Dec 4 06:51:19 PST 2008

On Thu, 2008-12-04 at 07:40 -0700, Denise Hummel wrote:
> Hi Brian;


> Thanks for the advice.


> The messages you saw were immediately prior to
> the kernel panic

There was no kernel panic in the messages you sent.  You need to
understand that watch dog timeouts are not kernel panics although they
do show a stack trace similar to kernel panics.

If you do have an actual kernel panic, it was not included in the
messages you sent.

> I did do a baseline, so will try to determine the appropriate number of
> threads.  You are right that we were probably oversubscribing the
> storage and just recently became overloaded with the number of Gaussian
> jobs running.
> Is it typical for a kernel panic in this situation?

As I have said before, there was no kernel panic.


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