Anyone have a 3.4 kernel to hand?


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    anyone have a 3.4 kernel to hand?



  • Falko you are awesome!!! I will give it a try post back the results

    Thanks
    Carlos


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  • Yes please… i would like that as I am having issues with ATI



  • astrouga, can you share your kernels? The links you posted no longer have your kernels.



  • can you guys share your kernels 3.4.x with me having snow issues with my machines


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    My server hardware

    Its just an old Dell T3400 with a terabyte drive, nothing beefy at all, even on 100mb connection to network, will change soon to 1 GB (should see a performance improvement)

    Ubuntu Linux 10.04.4
    [B]Webmin version[/B] 1.580
    [B]Time on system[/B] [URL=‘https://172.26.154.140:10000/time/’]Thu Jun 7 09:06:47 2012[/URL]
    [B]Kernel and CPU[/B] Linux 2.6.32-39-server on x86_64
    [B]Processor information[/B] Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E6750 @ 2.66GHz, 2 cores
    [B]System uptime[/B] 64 days, 23 hours, 38 minutes
    [B]Running processes[/B] [URL=‘https://172.26.154.140:10000/proc/’]129[/URL]
    [B]CPU load averages[/B] 0.00 (1 min) 0.01 (5 mins) 0.00 (15 mins)
    [B]CPU usage[/B] 0% user, 0% kernel, 2% IO, 97% idle
    [B]Real memory[/B] 1.96 GB total, 273.72 MB used

    [B]Local disk space[/B] 1.79 TB total, 184.62 GB used



  • [quote=“Robin Commander, post: 3961, member: 64”]I don’t think you need a powerful server - I’m using an HP Microserver (AMD N36L processor) with 3Gb ram and 2 x 1Tb sata drives in software raid 1 so not exactly a Ferrari… It has no problems imaging 10 machines concurrently and I’ve not seen any memory leak issues. I’m on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and FOG 0.31 running the 3.4 kernel.[/quote]
    well, I can give you what happens to our server after a while of imageing, I have the syslog output.
    here it is below.
    note: I took the computername out of the log output.
    Jun 6 14:43:31 computername kernel: [ 2020.988408] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: eth0: transmit timed out, resetting
    Jun 6 14:43:31 computername kernel: [ 2020.988466] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: eth0: DEBUG: MAC_TX_STATUS[00000008] MAC_RX_STATUS[00000000]
    Jun 6 14:43:31 computername kernel: [ 2020.988521] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: eth0: DEBUG: RDMAC_STATUS[00000000] WDMAC_STATUS[00000000]
    Jun 6 14:43:31 computername kernel: [ 2021.088778] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: tg3_stop_block timed out, ofs=2c00 enable_bit=2
    Jun 6 14:43:31 computername kernel: [ 2021.189610] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: tg3_stop_block timed out, ofs=1800 enable_bit=2
    Jun 6 14:43:31 computername kernel: [ 2021.289938] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: tg3_stop_block timed out, ofs=4800 enable_bit=2
    Jun 6 14:43:32 computername kernel: [ 2021.464962] tg3 0000:0a:01.0: eth0: Link is down
    thank you.



  • I don’t think you need a powerful server - I’m using an HP Microserver (AMD N36L processor) with 3Gb ram and 2 x 1Tb sata drives in software raid 1 so not exactly a Ferrari… It has no problems imaging 10 machines concurrently and I’ve not seen any memory leak issues. I’m on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and FOG 0.31 running the 3.4 kernel.



  • [quote=“falko, post: 3933, member: 48”]I have never come across this myself, you may be best starting a new thread, maybe more people can chime in with help[/quote]
    well I can report that we rebuilt the server with Debian, and for a while it seemed to do just fine until it stalled out and we had like 8 computers to go. I think I will start a new thread.
    I do want to know, what kind of hardware does your fog server have in it? could that be the problem? could we have a server with not enough power in it to do the job?
    thanks


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    [quote=“jmwalton, post: 3910, member: 697”]well, the thing is, it works just fine, but the server gets slammed and we loose all contact with it, and the ram usage goes through the roof!
    could the kernel have something to do with it?
    the fog kernel I mean?
    thank you again.[/quote]

    I have never come across this myself, you may be best starting a new thread, maybe more people can chime in with help


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    [quote=“boon, post: 3930, member: 833”]Will the more ATI drivers be rolled into the Kitchen Sink 3.4.x? I am currently using [URL=‘http://scatteredspace.com/Fog/bzImage.zip’]this kernel[/URL] for any workstation that has an ATI card, otherwise I get the snow screen.[/quote]
    have you tried the 3.4.1 kernel?

    what ati card?

    what kernel is that?



  • Will the more ATI drivers be rolled into the Kitchen Sink 3.4.x? I am currently using [URL=‘http://scatteredspace.com/Fog/bzImage.zip’]this kernel[/URL] for any workstation that has an ATI card, otherwise I get the snow screen.



  • [quote=“falko, post: 3909, member: 48”]If your having issues , try the 3.4.1 or roll back to a kernel that works with them machines.[/quote]
    well, the thing is, it works just fine, but the server gets slammed and we loose all contact with it, and the ram usage goes through the roof!
    could the kernel have something to do with it?
    the fog kernel I mean?
    thank you again.


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    If your having issues , try the 3.4.1 or roll back to a kernel that works with them machines.



  • [quote=“falko, post: 3905, member: 48”]What kernel? And are your Ubuntu machines fully updated?[/quote]
    yes and 3.4.0 the one that was posted earlier on this thread. is that bad?


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    [quote=“jmwalton, post: 3904, member: 697”]well, we have a ubuntu 10.04 server. and we have a ubuntu 10.04 storage server with tftp and pxe abilities thanks to the guide on the fog wiki and I included dhcp in that so that we could get it to work on a different network.
    we are using currently some optiplex 760 and 740 computers and are going to be upgrading to optiplex 790s here soon.
    thanks[/quote]
    What kernel? And are your Ubuntu machines fully updated?



  • [quote=“falko, post: 3902, member: 48”]Are you refering to 3.4, 3.4.1?

    What’s your set up? What PCs[/quote]
    well, we have a ubuntu 10.04 server. and we have a ubuntu 10.04 storage server with tftp and pxe abilities thanks to the guide on the fog wiki and I included dhcp in that so that we could get it to work on a different network.
    we are using currently some optiplex 760 and 740 computers and are going to be upgrading to optiplex 790s here soon.
    thanks


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    Are you refering to 3.4, 3.4.1?

    What’s your set up? What PCs



  • [quote=“falko, post: 3898, member: 48”]tbh i’m not quite sure lol, I know it has vmware ISCSI support and is just a maintenance release of astrouga’s 3.4 really

    Linux kernel 3.4.1 includes mostly updated drivers, a few ARM, PowerPC, x86, and SPARC fixes, and other small improvements related to wireless networking and SELinux.[/quote]
    well, its probably not the right place to ask, but is there a reason when I deploy to a bunch of computers, it seems to have a memory leak and then seems to just loose network connectivity?
    I hope you can help.
    again, sorry if its the wrong thread for this stuff.


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