Newer Advanced Kernel (32/64 bits) 4.9.27 reboots my server

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  • #44809

    moricio
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    Hello.

    After installing the newer kernel and selecting it, the server has rebooted today with no reason, 3 times. I have reversed the installation to the 64-Bit Kernel 4.4.39 and the server is back to its normal operation. The problem with this kernel is that it doesn’t support nDPI!

    I guess we will have to wait until it is stabilized.

    Mauricio Ramirez

    #54460

    Tatusbda
    Member

    Hello;

    I observed the same, but only on older hardware.

    In these cases, the system restarts randomly.

    On more modern hardware, I did not notice problems. The NDPI filter worked normally in these cases.

    Sérgio,

    #54461

    i82blikeu
    Participant

    ciao,
    it’s happening the same here.
    Gotta boot with the 4.9.27 kernel to be able to modify ndpi rules and then reboot with 4.4.39 to have the machine working without auto-reboots.


    g.

    #54462

    moricio
    Member

    Hi.

    My server is an HP ML130 Gen9, 2 months old.

    Runs under non secure boot firmware, no UEFI obviously.

    8Gb of RAM, 1TB HDD with two (2) Intel82580 I340-T4 E1G44HT E1G44HTBLK Quad Ports Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapters.

    Very new and modern server.

    New kernel had to be disabled.

    Mauricio Ramirez

    #54463

    Tatusbda
    Member

    Hi;

    My most recent tests were with the following machines:
    – Dell R210 II – No problem.
    – Lenovo ThinkServer TS150 – No problem
    – Lenovo 63 TW (Desktop / test) – No problem.

    Detail that may be related to the problem: In all cases above, ZeroShell runs over XenServer.

    In cases where I noticed a random reboot, they were machines with Xen-less installation.

    Sérgio.

    #54464

    reaperz
    Member

    On my Intel Atom D2500 mainboards so far new 64-bit kernel runs fine.

    Intel D2500HN
    Intel D2500CC
    Asrock AD2550B-ITX

    I guess we need more info about your hardware.

    #54465

    Tatusbda
    Member

    Hi;

    One of the machines where I observed the problem:

    – HP DL 120 G6;
    – Intel Xeon CPU X3430 @ 2.40GHz
    – 4 Gb RAM
    – NIC´s:
    – Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411
    – 2 x Broadcom BCM5723

    With the 4.4.39-ZS kernel, it works fine.

    Sérgio.

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