Re: v3.8 random reboots on Proxmox vm

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sukupandachu
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Hi group,

I keep getting random reboots on my ZS, running on Proxmox host.
version 3.8 keeps rebooting randomly.
I have tried clean installs, and also upgrades.
The results are the same.
Everytime I go back to v3.7.1, it works again fine.

The vm has the following features:
2GB RAM
5GB HDD
2 x network devices Intel E1000 (vmbr0 and vmbr2)

Disk details seem good, I can see available space:
root@zs ~> df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
tmpfs 1011M 16M 996M 2% /
/dev/sr0 275M 275M 0 100% /cdrom
shm 1011M 0 1011M 0% /dev/shm
/dev/vda4 4.0G 3.2G 580M 85% /DB
/DB/_DB.002 4.0G 3.2G 580M 85% /Database

Admin logs show the reboots follow no time_related pattern:
00:14:24 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
01:07:01 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
04:27:08 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
06:16:46 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
12:20:54 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
12:48:09 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
12:57:58 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
15:40:36 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
16:41:11 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
17:47:12 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
20:02:51 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0
20:32:51 SUCCESS: System successfully started with Linux kernel 4.9.36-ZS and ZeroShell 3.8.0

I cannot see a reason for reboot.
Proxmox vm running the zeroshell does not report error either, it shows it’s up all the time.

Do you recommend anywhere else to check?
My workaround is to go back to v3.7.1, but might not be a safe choice.

Any feedback would be kindly appreciated.