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Old 11-19-2008
crash dump server for red hat ent 4

Is it true that you can't have the crash dump server/client on the same server?

I know I've installed Nagios open source before, I though it's only for that kind of thing. I never though that Red hat ent 4 would be like client/server on the crash dump.

if someone is having problem with high file descriptor and your kernel logs doesn't have much or no error at all, the only way the red hat support could analyze your problem is through crash dump and above is the only way. or if you are having problem with your applications and your kernel couldn't tell.


any comments will be highly appreciated?
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statd(1M)																 statd(1M)

NAME
statd, rpc.statd - network status monitor SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
is an RPC server. It interacts with to provide the crash and recovery functions for the locking services on NFS (see lockd(1M)). keeps track of the clients with processes which hold locks on a server. When the server reboots after a crash, sends a message to the on each client indicating that the server has rebooted. The client processes then informs the on the client that the server has rebooted. The client then attempts to reclaim the lock(s) from the server. on the client host also informs the on the server(s) holding locks for the client when the client has rebooted. In this case, the on the server informs its that all locks held by the rebooting client should be released, allowing other processes to lock those files. Options recognizes the following options and command-line arguments: This is an obsolete option. All messages and errors are logged to WARNINGS
The crash of a server is only detected upon its recovery. FILES
lists hosts and network addresses to be contacted after a reboot lists hosts and network addresses that could not be contacted after last reboot includes a number which changes during a reboot AUTHOR
was developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc. SEE ALSO
lockd(1M), fcntl(2), lockf(2), signal(2), sm(4). statd(1M)

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