openserver 5.0.7 crashes evey one hour and 38 minutes - SCO

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  1. openserver 5.0.7 crashes evey one hour and 38 minutes

    SCO openserver 5.0.7 fully updated (patches and supplements) crashes every 1
    hr and 38 mins ONLY WHEN IS ON LINE. Any thoughts-ideas-SOLUTION will be
    greatly appreciated...


    Thank you in advance



  2. Re: openserver 5.0.7 crashes evey one hour and 38 minutes

    That's the famous 98-minute crash bug. No, wait, there's no such
    thing.

    To quote the Vulcan, "Insufficient data."

    If there's a prize for a flat-out guess, maybe a DNS conflict or a
    DHCP renewal issue.

    --RLR

    On Jan 28, 10:58 pm, "UOC" wrote:
    > SCO openserver 5.0.7 fully updated (patches and supplements) crashes every 1
    > hr and 38 mins ONLY WHEN IS ON LINE. Any thoughts-ideas-SOLUTION will be
    > greatly appreciated...
    >
    > Thank you in advance



  3. Re: openserver 5.0.7 crashes evey one hour and 38 minutes

    On Jan 29, 2:12 pm, "ThreeStar" wrote:
    > That's the famous 98-minute crash bug. No, wait, there's no such
    > thing.
    >
    > To quote the Vulcan, "Insufficient data."
    >
    > If there's a prize for a flat-out guess, maybe a DNS conflict or a
    > DHCP renewal issue.
    >
    > --RLR
    >
    > On Jan 28, 10:58 pm, "UOC" wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > SCO openserver 5.0.7 fully updated (patches and supplements) crashes every 1
    > > hr and 38 mins ONLY WHEN IS ON LINE. Any thoughts-ideas-SOLUTION will be
    > > greatly appreciated...

    >
    > > Thank you in advance- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    You will want to check the /usr/adm/syslog and /usr/adm/messages file
    for clues.
    Heck, check any log in /usr/adm that is being updated.
    There may also be clues in mail.


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